Garage Door Opener Only Goes 1' then Reverses After Repair

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Garage Door Opener Only Goes 1' then Reverses After Repair

Good Afternoon, All -

Starting a couple of weeks ago, whenever the garage door opener was activated; you could hear it but nothing would happen to the door. After looking into it, I found that the gear shaft cleanly broke right below the top sprocket that moves the chain. I ordered this replacement one from Amazon and have invested most of the day into it.

I successfully disassembled the unit, replaced the part, and reassembled everything; but it's not working correctly. Whenever I press the button to activate the opener, it moves the door about 1 foot then reverses in a matter of a couple of seconds. I verified that everything was correctly reassembled and compared pictures I took prior to working on it and don't see anything out of place. Below is the mode I have as well as what else I've tried after searching online:

Model
Chamberlain (Residential)
Model: 7520D
1/2HP 120V / 6Amp
Mfg Date: 06/13/05

Troubleshooting Attempted
- Verified the safety sensors are working and beam not broken
- Verified that garage door moves up & down easily
- Removed chain, moved door from closed to open position, reattached chain and tried again
- Verified that the carriage assembly is adjusted correctly, not obstructed, and moves with the opener
- Adjusted open / close force testing max and min levels (no difference)
- Verified wire connections for sensors was secure & tried reversing them

If you have any suggestions, it would be a huge help. Thank You!!
 
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Old 01-29-18, 03:24 AM
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Did you replace the worm gear also? it sounds like an RPM sensor issue. make sure the black interrupter cup got re installed on the end of the motor shaft
 
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