Your garage door might be jammed, the opener could be faulty, or there may be an issue with the springs. Always get a pro to check it out.
A repair often involves replacing broken parts, realigning tracks, and tightening loose bolts and screws. However, DIY repairs can lead to more damage, so hire an expert instead.
If your electric garage door isn't opening, it could mean there's power loss or remote control issues. A skilled technician should diagnose and remedy this problem for safety reasons.
To reset your garage door, disconnect it from power for about 20 seconds, then reconnect. Press the 'learn' button on the motor unit until the LED lights up - then press 'open' on the remote control within 30 seconds.