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This item is supplied by the original equipment manufacturer. It is specially designed for use with Genie equipment. The limit switch is a mechanism that shuts off the motor of your garage door opener once it has opened or closed. Note, this part can replace either the "Up" or "Down" limit switch. To ensure the correct installation of the new part, refer to the diagrams of your specific model. This high-quality limit switch is made of a durable metal and is sold as an individual component. Replacing it is a simple task that should only require a screwdriver. Keep in mind the hardware to secure this limit switch is sold separately.
This is a Genuine OEM sourced replacement part designed for use with Genie Garage Openers. This is the Item that rides on the Rail and it has Door Arms connects to it which open and close the garage door. It is made out of Plastic and Metal. It is Sold Individually.
To install carriage you would need a Wrench and a Screwdriver.
• Remove the door arm from the existing carriage
• Remove the nuts to the bolts on the screw drive rail at the front header bracket and slide the rail off to one side
• Slide off the old Carriage to the end of the rail
• Slide the new carriage onto the rail and replace the rail on the header bracket bolts and secure
• Reinstall the door arm and engage the new carriage
• Adjust limits
This is a genuine item that is supplied directly from the original equipment manufacturer. It is specially designed for Genie garage openers. This coupler is utilized as an adapter between the motor and the screw shaft. It is a high-quality replacement for a missing or a damaged hardware that was installed on a new unit. Note, one durable metal coupler is included. Replacing it will require a screwdriver and a wrench set to take apart the housing and disconnect the screw shaft.
INSTALLATION OF CHAIN DRIVE INNER SLIDE
The inner slide must be on the left side of the chain viewing from the door end of the rail. The inner slide snaps into the chain with the slotted side toward the garage floor and the toothed side towards the rail. The screws must be put through the chain and the inner slide from the rail side. Then place the lock washers and the hex nuts on the screws from the outside. You should now have the heads of the screws against the chain on the rail side and the nuts on the inner slide away from the rail.