In all fairness the answers given by Brian was probably the only one he could have given, but it did not fix the problem. Because it did not fix the problem and did not provide the source for a wiring diagram, I do not choose to pay the $15 charge. It was unclear at the end of the session how to stop any payment. At the start of the session it stated that payment would be optional. The end of the session offered memberships and payments only, no other options were available. Please cancel my $15 payment. Bill F.order# XXXXXXXX-XX
Brian: I do appreciate your advice and will not dispute the rating given or the $15 charge. I'm sure that you put much thought and effort in preparing your answer. It is just that I do not feel that recommending a new unit is a "fix." I had hoped for more help in finding a wiring diagram. Bill F.
I understand Bill. Sometimes the cost to repair an existing opener comes close to the cost of a new opener and that is when I recommend a new opener. Especially when an existing opener is older than 10 years old and needs a major part replacement. The advantage of a new opener is you get todays latest technology and safety features. I searched everywhere for a wiring diagram for your model, but they just don't exist and I'm assuming because of the age of the opener.Good luck with it and have a great day!