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Highland Park, Texas is where you can find A1 Gate Guys, a certified and reliable swing or slide gate repair company. Were here to service, repair, and replace most makes and models of residential sliding and swing gate openers. Here at A1 Gate Guys we are always here and have your back. Call, no matter what the time of day or night is, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year to repair, service, or if needed replace your existing residential driveway gate. Our gate technicians are hourly company employees, we do not hire or employ contractors or sub-contractors. Our certified gate technicians have been to several gate operator schools and gate operator classes and have passed all related schools and classes to obtain the certifications by written and hands on testing. We are the best, because we employ the best, with the highest level of gate repair operator knowledge. Experience the difference by having one of our professionally trained, electric swing or slide gate operator repair technicians provide you with a professional repair, service, or new opener installation. You can easily rest at night in knowing that your swing or sliding gate repair is repaired by professionals. We are so happy to be working in the Highland Park, Texas area and cannot wait to help all the residence in and around the city with their gate repair, service, or new installation operator needs.

We all know that it is in your best interest as the homeowner to repair or have repaired any minor issues that may arise from your automatic gate sooner than later. Your swing and slide gate could be malfunction for several different reasons. These are just a few common things that you as a consumer and homeowner can check for and inspect prior to having to calling a professional automatic gate repair technician.

Here are Some actions you can try to do on your own, for you do it yourselfer type individuals:                                   

  1. You can check the breaker that the automatic swing gate operator or electric slide gate operator is connected to by switching the breaker off and switching the breaker back on again.
  2. Inspect the surrounding area to ensure there is nothing physically interfering with the movement of your automatic, electric, battery backup, or solar slide gate operator, such as an object or obstruction on the “V” track or an object interfering the in gear or belt mechanisms compartment. If you find an object that is causing the interference, sometimes it can be as easy as powering off the automatic slide gate operator or electric swing gate operator and removing the object or obstruction.
  3. Motor(s) need resetting when: (SL3000UL)
  4. Reset Motor LED light flashes once, THEN System ON LED will flash rapidly.
  5. Audio Alarm ON: (SL3000UL)

Probable Cause:

4a. Gate has encountered two consecutive obstructions while trying to close or open.

Solution:

4A. Any re-new command will resume normal operation but not a radio command. Check for obstructions.

4B. You can stop the alarm by using the built-in reset button

4C. You can stop the alarm by using an optional stop button

  • Note: If it is a solar powered swing or slide gate opener you will need to check the batteries to ensure that they are fully charged and connected correctly at the terminals. 5a. Inspect the batteries to ensure they are free of any type of corrosion.

5b. If corrosion is built up on the batteries or on or around the terminals and cable connections.

5c. You should disconnect the battery from the connection terminals and clean the     corrosion off both the batteries and connection terminals.

5d. Then reconnect the terminals onto the batteries and see if that works.

  • Verify that your automatic swing or sliding gate opener, solar swing or sliding gate opener, battery backup swing or sliding gate opener, or electric swing or sliding gate opener has electrical power going to it.
  • You can do this by simply pressing your gate opener remote control button to ensure that you hear that the automatic swing or slide gate operator, solar swing or slide gate operator, battery backup swing or slide gate operator, or electric awing or slide gate operator is making a clicking sound.
  • If you have a LiftMaster LA412UL or any other type of solar powered gate openers, check to see if the solar panel is receiving full sunlight and free of any debris.
  • Just 1 10th of the solar panel being blocked from direct sunlight can cause the batteries not to fully charge, thus causing the solar powered swing or slide gate operator not to function properly.
  • What the LED’s on a LA400 board indicate:
  • Alarm – This LED will illuminate when the gates gets a double obstruction. Will flash 3 times if batteries are low.
  • Maglock – This LED will illuminate while opening and closing and be off when the gate is on a limit. This will only happen as long as Dip #2 (Mag) is On.
  • Gate 1 – These are the open/close relays. These LED’s will illuminate when the board is providing 24VDC to the motor terminals.
  • Gate 2 – These are the open/close relays. These LED’s will illuminate when the board is providing 24VDC to the motor terminals.
  • Accessory Ovld – This LED will illuminate when there’s more than 250 mA being drawn or a short across the accessory power output.
  • Ovld – This LED will illuminate when there’s more than 250 mA being drawn or a short across the switched accessory power output.
  • Power – This LED will always be illuminated when there is AC or DC provided to the board.
  • Chgr Ovld – This LED will illuminate when there is a short across the AC input.
  • Fuse Open – This LED will illuminate when the fuse is bad. The fuse will blow out if there is a short on the batteries or if the batteries are bad. 

If you still cannot figure out what the issue or problem is with your gate operator, please do not hesitate to give us a call anytime day or night, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year at (469) 277-8333 A1 Gate Guys of Highland Park, Texas and schedule an on-time appointment to repair or service your swing or sliding gate operator as soon as possible. We look forward to hearing from you, and you can always speak to one of our friendly and professional customer service representatives at (469) 277-8333.

Here are a few signs that your swing or slide gate needs to be serviced or repaired:

  • You hear a grinding or squeaking noise when the swing or slide gate is opening and or closing.
  • Your automatic gate operator is moving much slower or even faster than usual.
  • Your solar powered swing gate opener is not charging correctly and is malfunctioning when it is in use.
  • A loose chain on your automatic, solar, battery backup, or electric slide gate operator that is hitting the concrete on your driveway.
  • Your gate remote control is lost or stolen.

Whether it is your automatic, gate opener chain that has come loose, your swing and slide gate opener has stopped working our gate repair technicians can fix it. A1 Gate Repair Guys of Highland Park, Texas prides itself on the working and repairing the following but not limited to residential automatic, electric, battery backup, and solar powered swing and slide gate manufactures: LiftMaster, US Automatic, Eagle, Viking as well as several other types of gate operators. Our professional certified gate operator technicians can diagnose and repair your gate problem or even install you a new gate operator.

About Highland Park, TX

The land now known as Highland Park was bought in 1889 by a group of investors from Philadelphia, PA., known to many as the Philadelphia Place Land Association, for an average price of $377.00 per acre, with a total of $500,000. Henry Exall, an agent, intended to develop the land along Turtle Creek as Philadelphia Place, with exclusive housing based on parkland areas in Philadelphia. He laid gravel roads, and dammed Turtle Creek, forming Exall Lake, before the Panic of 1893 brought a blow to his fortunes, he halting development. Afterwards, he began a horse breeding farm. In the 1890s, Exall Lake was a common picnic destination for Dallas residents.

In 1906, John S. Armstrong (the former partner of Thomas Marsails, the developer of Oak Cliff), sold his meatpacking business and invested his money in a portion of the former Philadelphia Place land, to develop it under the name of Highland Park. He chose this name as it was located on high land that overlooked downtown Dallas. Wilbur David Cook, the landscape designer who had planned Beverly Hills, California, who had previously planned Fair Park and most of downtown Dallas, were hired to design its layout in 1907. Notably, 20% of the original land was set aside for parks. A second development in Highland Park was developed in 1910.

In 1913, Highland Park petitioned Dallas for annexation, but was refused. The 500 residents voted to incorporate Highland Park, on November 29, 1913, and incorporation was granted in 1915, when its population was 1,100. The first mayor of Highland Park was W. A. Fraser. A third and fourth development were added to the town in 1915 and 1917, respectively. In 1919, the city of Dallas sought to annex Highland Park, beginning a lengthy controversy that lasted until 1945. When J. W. Bartholow led the fight to resist the annexation. The final major land development occurred in 1924. In 1931, Highland Park Village was constructed, the first shopping center of its kind in the United States of America. The distinctive Moorish Style ornamental metalwork and lighting in Highland Park Village were created by Potter Art Metal Studios, a 90-year-old custom metalwork company still in existence today.

Because of its location near Dallas, Highland Park had, by the early 1930s, developed a moderately large 8,400 population, with a few businesses. Eventually the school districts and newspapers of Highland Park and University Park were combined. In the 1940s, after the failure to annex Highland Park, Dallas began annexing the land surrounding it. Reaching a population high of just under 13,000 in the late 1950s, Highland Park afterwards grew only by building houses on the remaining vacant lots, and by the destruction of old buildings. Since 1990, Highland Park has maintained strict zoning ordinances. Known for its quality housing, the town still has many parks running along Turtle Creek and is home to the Dallas Country Club.

If  you have any automatic gate repair needs near you in the Highland Park, TX. area please do not hesitate to give A1 Gate Guys a call at (469) 277-8333 and speak to one of our courteous customer service representatives. We look forward to hearing from you if you ever need our professional gate repair services or new opener installation services. A1 Gate Guys is your trusted full-service repair, sales, service, and new operator installation company with trained and industry certified electric gate service technicians here in the Highland Park, Texas, and surrounding areas.

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