Moore-O-Matic garage door opener troubleshooting

Moore-O-Matic 700 garage door opener troubleshooting

SYMPTOMPOSSIBLE CAUSEREMEDY
Starts without apparent cause (phantom operation)Unwanted radio signal from unknown source Intermittent short in wall switch wiring Receiver decoding chip badChange digital code Remove cause of short Replace or repair receiver
Works from wall switch but not from radio controlDead battery in transmitter Faulty radio receiver or transmitterReplace battery Repair or replace radio set
Works from radio control but not from wall switchDefective or "open” wall switch or wall switch wiringLocate “open" and repair
Does not run, no sound when button is pushedFaulty control boardReplace board
Loose connector or broken wireRepair wire
Dead 115V power source (garage wiring)Replace fuse or reset circuit breaker
Will not shut off at limit(s)‘‘Open" in limit switch circuit- loose connection or broken wire Channel assembly out of phase with headTighten connector or repair break Remove head & synchronize with channel assembly
Won't reverse on obstructionDefective circuitRefer to dealer
Lights won t come onFaulty control board Bad splice connectionReplace board Re-splice
Lights won't go offFaulty control boardReplace board
Operator runs sluggish even when disconnected from doorFaulty motor capacitorReplace motor capacitor

Moore-o-matic X125 garage door opener troubleshooting

SYMPTOMPOSSIBLE CAUSEREMEDY
Door will not close using the transmitter. Will only close with constant pressure to push button.Photo Relay is out of alignment, there is a short in the yellow/black wires (can occur under staples or at screw terminals, or the wiring from the detector to the emitter is incorrect).Recheck Photo Relay wiring and alignment.
Starts without apparent cause (Phantom operation)Unwanted radio signal from unknown source Intermittent short in wall switch wiring Receiver decoding clip badChange digital code Remove cause of short Replace or repair receiver
Works from wall switch but not from radio controlDead battery in transmitter Faulty radio receiver or transmitterReplace battery Repair or replace radio set
Works from radio control but not from wall switchDefective or "open" wall switch or wall switch wiringLocate "open" and repair
Does not run, no sound when button is pushedFaulty control boardRefer to dealer
Loose connector or broken wire
Will not shut off at limit(s)"Open" in limit switch circuit— loose connection or broken wire Channel assembly out of phase with headRefer to dealer
Won’t reverse on obstructionDefective circuitRefer to dealer
Lights won’t come onFaulty control board Bad splice connectionRefer to dealer
Lights won't go offFaulty control boardRefer to dealer
Operator runs sluggishly even if disconnected from doorFaulty motor capacitorRefer to dealer

Moore-O-Matic Z133a Series garage door opener troubleshooting

ProblemSolution
Opener does not open from wallbutton or transmitter.• Check electric power to operator. Check fuses or circuit breakers.
• Are all door locks disabled?
• Is beam properly installed and aligned? (Red LED should shine steady)
• Check for dead short in wallbutton wiring.
Opener works from transmitter but not from wallbutton.• Check wallbutton and wiring for correct wiring or short in wiring.
• Make sure that staples do not penetrate wires.
Opener works from wallbutton but not from transmitter.• If LED on transmitter does not light, change battery.
• Check to see that transmitter and receiver are coded alike.
Door will go up, but not down.• If door will go down when constant pressure is applied, check beam for alignment, obstruction or short in wiring.
Door opens and closes by itself. (Phantom operation)• Change code in receiver and transmitter.
• Intermittent short in wiring to pushbutton. Locate and repair or replace wiring.
Light bulbs burn out frequently.• Use “Appliance” or “Garage Door Opener” bulb.