Looks good. I could do with one of those on our front door, for when I return with arms full of shopping.
Oh yes, very tidy. Best thing since sliced bread, in my opinion!
Susan, does one of the wires need to stay hanging down as an aerial? We have a Merlin, and it has problems too, so it is good to see you have a new one that can replace the Merlin and work well. Cheers from Jean
Jean, he told me that the aerial needs to hang down. Not sure. There are a couple of queries I have and will phone wholesaler today. On reading the manual it should have a new push button for in the garage which also switches the light off and locks the door. I still have the old one from previous door. It also appears that it should have stays to hold it firm. Not paid for yet so will sort this out first.
Phew good thing that got done in good time so your arm was no longer bothered with the heavy garage door. It always seems those things we absolutely need in life are the most expensive.
Form follows function, but this beauty has a lot of form, too. Easy on the eye as well as the arm.
Such a nice looking one as well. Glad your arm will be spared the workout.
That is good - these things are send to try us.
The new one looks smart and streamline. Sue, thank you so much for phoning me - a lovely surprise to hear your voice xx
What what did we do before garage door openers, oh, that's right, we parked outside. Manual was too much work.
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I checked and the upmarket push button is an extra so will leave things as they are and have paid the good man who installed it.