Join Date: May 2004
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Can you remove the motor from the case? Ensure the key is off. Feel if the door moves smoothly. If you feel no excessive resistance, the motor is probably binding.
If you have access to grease for plastic parts, you can open up the motor and lube it. It may just have one of the gears dry. But, you may find one stripped out. Don't change the position of the linkage or motor's gears.
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