Garage door opener
Do not mess with a garage door opener if you have a pacemaker. Here is the story.
On January 5, I had a garage door tech repair the railings and tightened the springs. After working the door four or five times, it quit. He checked the parts and said it was the capacitor. He replaced it. Worked fine. He told me that if the the door stop again, I would need a new motor. On January 6, it quit again. I almost quit also.
while standing on metal ladder, I opened the cover to the opener. I did not unplug it. The new part did not seem warm. I took my left hand and placed it on the panel, the one that looks like transistors on it. Very quickly electricity went up my left arm to the elbow. I took my right arm to knock off my left hand off the panel. I could not pull it off. Arm was partially paralyzed. Very soon I unplugged the unit and put the cover back on. I checked my heartbeat through an app on my phone and it was 110. Soon it slowed down. About two hours later. If the electricity went to my shoulder, it probably would had blown my pacemaker out of me.
I sent on email to the door company and a new motor was put in Monday, January 8
i only operate the opener through the wall switch and remote in my vehicle.