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    Jul 4, 2011, 05:38 PM
    Genie 88 garage door opener
    I have the same problem as everybody else,the door opens about 6 in. and returns right back.
    After reading all the forum , I performed eveything suggested with no success.
    What is the problem? Can it be the starter module? Or what else?

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