The door started opening and closing repeatedly after the customer used it, and she didn't know what was wrong.
After unplugging the opener the door stopped moving, which meant the source of the problem lied there. We checked the receiver for signs of damage, and then plugged the opener back into the power socket and tested it with the remote and the manual switch. Both control platforms seemed to be fine, and there were no issues with the sensors or the tracks to suggest they were at fault. After opening the opener's casing and examining its internal components, we discovered that some of the circuit board's wiring needed to be replaced. After taking care of that, the garage door returned to normal.
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