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Opener Remote Care
These accessories including the wireless keypad require basic care, but with it, the risk of them causing big trouble will be minimal. Step one is cleaning. It is sufficient to wipe the casing and buttons with soft lint-free cloth damped in a bit of alcohol. The battery compartment needs this kind of basic cleaning too. If the battery contacts have rust, they should be cleaned with mild and safe rust remover. If the remote has been difficult to use lately or if it has used the same batteries for a long time, it is best to change them. It is essential not to mix old batteries with new ones. After garage door maintenance, the controls should work perfectly and look as good as new.
Maintenance for Rollers
Each of these parts deserves a close look. The stems should be inspected for twisting and the wheels - for wearing. If any of these issues is found, the roller has to be replaced. Steel rollers often require cleaning. A mild solvent should help to loosen any sticky dirt. Then the components should be wiped clean. The next step is lubrication maintenance. Lithium-based spray is ideal for the job as it is light and doesn’t harden when the temperatures go down. Besides, it is easy to apply. It is best to spray the roller wheels as they are moving while the door is closing. This will make it easy for the lubricant to travel naturally to the stems. Nylon rollers usually don’t need cleaning. They must not be lubricated. They should be checked for damage and wearing, and replaced if needed.