Step 1: Check the metal tracks inside the garage. check out the mounting brackets that hold the tracks to the walls. If they’re loose, tighten the bolts or screws at the brackets. Working inside the garage with the garage door closed, examine the tracks for dents, crimps, or flat spots. If there are any damaged spots, pound them out with a rubber mallet, or with a hammer and a block of scrap wood. If the tracks are badly damaged, they ought to get replaced.
Step 2: Check the tracks with A level to form sure they’re properly aligned. Horizontal tracks should slant slightly down toward the rear of the garage; with roll-up doors, the vertical sections of track should be exactly plumb. Both tracks must be at an equivalent height on the garage walls. If the tracks aren’t properly aligned, loosen but don’t remove the screws or bolts that hold the mounting brackets, and tap the tracks carefully into position. Recheck the tracks with the extent to form sure they’re within the right position; then tighten the screws or bolts at the mounting brackets.
Step 3: Clean the tracks with concentrated household cleaner to get rid of dirt and hardened grease. Clean the rollers thoroughly, and wipe both tracks and rollers dry.
Step 4: Check for loose hardware, and tighten as required. On swing-up doors, check the plates where the spring is mounted to make certain the screws are tight and tighten any loose screws. On roll-up doors, check the hinges that hold the sections of the door together; tighten any loose screws, and replace any damaged hinges. Sagging at one side of the door can often be corrected by servicing the hinges. If a screw hole is enlarged, replace the screw with an extended one among an equivalent diameter, and use a hollow fiber plug, dipped in carpenters’ glue, with the new screw.
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