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Decko 1/2 Horse Power Reduced Noise Chain Drive Garage Door Opener ( NEW - Very Good Reviews ) $99.99 + $5 S/H @ WOOT

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4.7 out of 5 stars Reviews @ Amazon

5 star 83%
4 star 0%
3 star 17%
2 star 0%
1 star 0%

https://www.amazon.com/Decko-Redu...B004OSPI1K

In the box:
•(1) 1/2HP garage door opener, 100W light system (bulb not included),
•(1) heavy duty chain drive
•(1) 1/2HP AC motor
•(2) optical safety sensors, non-polarized wiring for easy installation
•(1) single button remote with one 12volt battery included
•(1) three function wall button unit.
•(1) SGO-12-2735 Seat Gap Catcher 2 pack Black
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Decko 24000 1/2 Horse Power Reduced Noise Chain Drive Garage Door Opener [woot.com]

In the box:

(1) 1/2HP garage door opener, 100W light system (bulb not included),
(1) heavy duty chain drive
(1) 1/2HP AC motor
(2) optical safety sensors, non-polarized wiring for easy installation
(1) single button remote with one 12volt battery included
(1) three function wall button unit.
(1) SGO-12-2735 Seat Gap Catcher 2 pack Black
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anyone have experience with this brand, I seem to need to replace my door opener every couple of years
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anyone have experience with this brand, I seem to need to replace my door opener every couple of years
Then you probably want a chamberlain and not this one.
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Then you probably want a chamberlain and not this one.
have had chamberlain and genie before, neither lasted very long
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have had chamberlain and genie before, neither lasted very long
Sounds like not enough tension on your springs. Have a professional come out and readjust your springs. Don't attempt yourself.

You should be able to lift your door with one hand easily.
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Quote from mrhockeypuck View Post :
Sounds like too much tension on your springs. Have a professional come out and readjust your springs. Don't attempt yourself.

You should be able to lift your door with one hand easily.
have always been able to lift door with one hand, up till the day the door opener breaks. I have yet to find a door opener that lasts very long. (could be the summer vegas heat killing them)
the latest thing that broke was the tension springs (snapped in half) and I had them replaced/upgraded
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have had chamberlain and genie before, neither lasted very long
then you may be buying too small a opener for your application. check out the size and weight of the door before buying. try and get one at least a little more powerful than needed. it will last a long time (other quality issues not withstanding)
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have always been able to lift door with one hand, up till the day the door opener breaks. I have yet to find a door opener that lasts very long. (could be the summer vegas heat killing them)
the latest thing that broke was the tension springs (snapped in half) and I had them replaced/upgraded
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then you may be buying too small a opener for your application. check out the size and weight of the door before buying. try and get one at least a little more powerful than needed. it will last a long time (other quality issues not withstanding)

What he said, might be too small. Then I would go to a garage door store and have them install one. For $350, might be a better investment as they will look at your setup and know what to use, and what might be the issue. If there are issues, they are likely to stand behind it.
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