A1 Gate Guys is your electric gate repair experts in Wylie Tx. We are the most reliable go to company in “Wide Awake Wylie” for certified service, repair, and replace most makes and models of residential slide and swing gate openers. Our staff here at A1 Gate Guys are always available for any of your emergencies, and of course during normal business hours. A1 Gate Guys is aware that gate operators do not always malfunction during regular business hours, so no matter what the time of day or night it is you can call us. All of our certified residential gate technicians have passed all gate operator related schools and classes to obtain the certifications by written and hands on experience testing. We are the best because, we only employ the best swing and sliding gate repair technicians. Give us a call in Wylie Tx and experience the difference by having one of our electric swing or sliding gate operator repair technicians provide you with a professional repair, service, or new operator. We are so excited to be scheduling on time appointments in and around the Wylie, Texas area and cannot wait to help all the residence in the city of Wylie “AHMO” and surrounding areas with their driveway gate repair.
As usual it is always in the best interest for you the homeowner and consumer, to repair or have repaired any minor issues that may arise from your automatic swing or sliding gate operator. Your automatic swing and slide gate operator could be malfunctioning for several different reasons.
Here are a few simple things you can try to do on your own if you’re a do it yourselfer type person.
3b. If corrosion is built up on the batteries or on or around the terminals and cable connections.
3c. You should disconnect the battery from the connection terminals and clean the corrosion off both the batteries and connection terminals.
3d. Then reconnect the terminals onto the batteries and see if that works.
8a. Gate has encountered two consecutive obstructions while trying to close or open.
8A. Any re-new command will resume normal operation but not a radio command. Check for obstructions.
8B. You can stop the alarm by using the built-in reset button
8C. You can stop the alarm by using an optional stop button
LA412PKGU Swing Gate Operator Parts
1. Part # 41ASWG-0119 Release key
2. Part # 41ASWG-0594SA Motor with limit switch harness
3. Part # 41ASWG-0014SA Rear connector
4. Part # 41AASWG-0597SA Cable 12 V with connector
5. Part # 41ASWG-442SA Release Lever
6. Part # SOLPNL10W12V Solar Panel
7. Part # K74-34392 Antenna
8. Part # K1A6636 Receiver Module – 315 MHz
9. Part # K23-19380 Reset Switch
If you are still having issues and cannot figure out what the problem is with your swing or slide gate operator, please do not hesitate to give us a call anytime day or night at (469) 277-8333, A1 Gate Guys of Wylie, Texas and schedule an on-time appointment to repair or service your automatic swing or slide gate operator. We look forward to hearing from you.
Whether it is your automatic gate has shifted and won’t open or close properly anymore, we have the solution for any of you. A1 Gate Guys of Wylie, Texas is an Authorized LiftMaster Dealer. We also service and repair most swing and slide gate operator manufactures: like LiftMaster, US Automatic, Eagle, Viking as well as several others. Our certified gate operator technicians can diagnose and repair the problem and or even install a brand new automatic, gate operator for you.
About Wylie, TX
Wylie is a city and northeastern suburb of Dallas, that was once solely located in Collin County, but now extends into neighboring Dallas County and Rockwall County in the United States of America, in Texas. Wylie is located on State Highway 78 about 24 miles northeast of the city of Dallas and is centrally located between nearby Lake Lavon and Lake Ray Hubbard.
Originally named Nickelville, supposedly after the name of the first store, it was organized in the early 1870s. The Gulf, Colorado, and Santa Fe Railway laid tracks one half mile north of the original townsite in 1886. The businesses of Nickelville moved so they could take advantage of the railroad within the following year, then the City of Wylie was incorporated in 1887 along the right of way. It was named for Lt. Colonel William D. Wylie, a right of way agent for the railroad and a Civil War veteran.
That same year, Wylie had given itself its name, established a post office branch, and incorporated, choosing an alderman form of government. Two years later, the St. Louis Southwestern Railway reached the town. The two railroads and the rich agricultural region of the Blackland Prairies contributed to the town’s growth. In 1890, Wylie had a population of 400 residents and the first one room schoolhouse was built. By 1900, Wylie had grown to a population of 773 residents. Before 1920, the community had over 35 businesses, including two banks, a schoolhouse, and a weekly newspaper.
Unlike many rural Texas communities, Wylie grew during the Great Depression years, reaching 914 residents by 1940. In part, this was a result of increased dairy farming to meet the demands of nearby city of Dallas. Following World War II, the population increase continued.
Onions were the town’s cash crop in the 1930s and 1940s. “Wide Awake Wylie” became the city’s nickname in the late 1940s and 1950s, a result of late night get togethers of its citizens and businesses that stayed open until midnight on some evenings.
Designed to provide water for towns in four counties, the construction of the Lavon Dam and Reservoir 5 miles north of town, and the selection of Wylie to house the offices of the North Texas Municipal Water District, pushed the population to 1,804 in 1960.
Please give us a call if you ever have any solar or driveway gate repair needs near you in the Wylie, TX. area. We look forward to hearing from you if you ever need our professional gate repair services or new operator installation services.