Reconnect your Garage Door with your garage door opener?

Reconnect your Garage Door to you operator

Working in the service department at D & D Garage Doors I receive a lot of questions on a daily basis. One of the most common questions I am asked is,  “How do I re-engage the operator to the garage door when it’s disconnected?”   Reconnect your garage doorWe all know how to disconnect, that’s the easy part… Simply pull the red handle attached to the red rope, straight down.

Now the million-dollar question, “How do I reconnect my garage door with the garage door opener if I have previously disconnected?

To reconnect, simply pull the red cord on an angle.   You will hear a “click”.  At that point push the button for the operator and when the trolley meets with the carriage the 2 will be connected.  It’s that simple.  Now the next time your lights go out you don’t have to be afraid of releasing the door from the operator in fear of not being able to get reconnected.

If you need further assistance please call us, we can walk you through it!

This blog was written by Bill Chindamo from our Sarasota Design Center.  Plagiarism disclaimer to follow.  *This blog is owned by D & D Garage Doors. We grant you a nonexclusive, nontransferable, limited right to access, use and display the blog and the materials provided hereon, provided that you fully source, D & D Garage Doors within the content of your blog complete with link back to D & D Garage Doors website at  www.DandDGarageDoors.com/blog – Failure to do so will cause D & D to file a notice of Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) infringement with search engines such as Google and others to have the offending site removed from their search results.
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11 Responses to Reconnect your Garage Door with your garage door opener?

  1. Donna says:

    Thanks for the great advice Bill!

  2. Bill Chindamo Sr. says:

    Good information. Lots of people will appreciate seeing how easy that was.

  3. Julio says:

    great to know. my wife had to do that one morning and left it disconnected till i got home. she said she wishes she had seen this before. thanks D&D

  4. Debbie says:

    Oh my the other day I had to do this and could not figure this out. I am so glad I found your site to help me with this. I know that one time I found this page and have been checking back for more ides.
    Thank you D and D for your help

  5. Michelle LoCastro says:

    That looks surprisingly easy to do. I wonder what the lady in the video thought.

  6. Sue says:

    I always have problems with that. Thanks for the info it really helped!

  7. Renee says:

    My friend and I were just trying to figure this out a few weeks ago, too bad we didn’t see this before that, this would have been so easy to follow. Thanks D and D for always having such helpful tips!!!!!

  8. John D says:

    This was a very informative post. Helpful to learn how to do that. Thanks for the great advice

  9. Stuart says:

    This is great information being a new home owner you dont get to meet with the installer to get garage door 101 as to how everything works thanks D&D for the great lesson !

  10. I completely agree with your post, my friend didn’t think he needed them but now he’s looking for someone who can do garage door repairs in Aubrey and I’m curious to know more about it. Do you know of anyone that could help my friend? If so I would love to know, thanks!

  11. Hardin Montoya says:

    I totally satisfy with you. It’s really great idea about that how to reconnect garage door with the garage door opener. Thanks for sharing these useful tips.
    Miami Garage Door Repair

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