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Remote Problems with idrive for Torsion Springs

Hope someone can help me with this one. Yesterday, I went out and the door worked just fine. Later in the day, I tried to open the door, and it would do nothing. The remote light would not work, and the door did nothing from any of either the wall remote, or either of my car homelinks. I took the hand remote to within just a couple of feet from the unit, and it worked. Changed the battery on the wall remote, but it did not help. The Homelink devices in the cars are working properly. I cant get it to receive a signal from anywhere outside of a couple of feet. Any thoughts? I have the iDrive for torsion springs

J R Drew
Sun, 22 Feb 2015 16:19:40 +0300

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