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How To Replace Garage Door Torsion Springs
A Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Guide with Safety Tips and Tools 
to Prevent Injury and Save Cash 

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Replacing garage door torsion springs is dangerous because the springs are under tension. The directions in this video hopefully will help guide you in safely replacing your springs, but there are no guarantees. It is impossible to cover every dangerous situation you may encounter. If you fail to use the right tools or if you don't follow safe procedures, you could lose hands, limbs or even your life. You could also damage property. If you have any doubts about your ability to safely change your springs, we recommend you hire a professional to repair your garage door.

Do and Donít of Garage Door Spring Replacements 

1. DO - Always replace springs in pairs. 
DONíT short-cut the repair by replacing only the broken spring. Count the cost of the second spring as an investment in maintaining the proper function of your door for many years of trouble-free service. 

2. DO - Keep your door properly maintained and lubricated. Your garage door technician will usually advise you on proper maintenance as a courtesy of their business. 
DONíT neglect repairs and maintenance. It will cost you more in the long-run.

3. DO - Select the right spring. After performing any work on a garage door, a balance test should be performed.
DONíT purchase cheap aftermarket springs that may be wrong size and weight to maintain the balance of your garage door. 

FINALLY, To prevent additional charges and service call, check out the 20 point garage door inspection checklist atÖ

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