Wayne Dalton idrive Troubleshooting Tip #3 - Check All Connectors
Ok heres the story. First I changed the battery ohen the inside actuator station
My story is very similar to yours, except I had to buy a replacement transistor for my board ($6) and have a technician at a local music store desolder, and solder it on for me. ($20)He did a very clean job. When I put the board back in I did not do it properly, and it would not work. I was getting an estimate for a opener replacement, but the person that was going to do it, put the board in correctly, and the unit works fine. For 7 years it had worked fine, and I was surprised when it stopped. WD sent me a new motor based on the noises it made, and the installer only charges me $75, he tightened some hinges, and tweaked the door. His big interest seemed to be to get a door working for me, not just selling me a new unit. I paid him $100 and felt that was a deal. It was an inconvenience, but or $126 I got it fixed, and a new motor for a 6 year old iDrive. I hope it works well for awhile.
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