Signs You Need Automatic Door Repair

Automatic doors are a convenient option for businesses of all sizes. That is because they are simple to operate. However, just like any other appliance, the doors may encounter issues. There are several reasons this can happen.

Depending on the problem’s severity, you may have to consider automatic door repair New York or complete door replacement. Keep reading to learn the signs that indicate a problem.

The Doors Jam at the Halfway Point

If you notice your automatic doors stop moving before they are completely open or close, you may have to call the professionals for help. If this happens, it is probably because of an obstruction on the tracks. If dirt and debris build up in the track over time, the rollers cannot glide smoothly.

Excessive build-up or trying to move the doors forcefully can cause damage to the tracks. This will require repairs, too. You may also discover your doors are jamming halfway because of objects in the way and because of the reverse mechanism that keeps them from crushing something that is in the way.

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The Income Tax department has issued refunds worth over Rs 1.26 lakh crore to over 39 lakh taxpayers this fiscal so far.

This include personal income tax (PIT) refunds amounting to Rs 34,532 crore and corporate tax refunds amounting to Rs 92,376 crore during this period.

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The company had posted a net profit of Rs 502.75 crore for the corresponding period of the previous fiscal, it said in a BSE filing.

Consolidated revenue from operations of the company stood at Rs 879.32 crore for the quarter under consideration. It was Rs 882.02 crore for the same period a year ago, it added.

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Officials in the US city of Philadelphia announced a curfew Wednesday following two nights of unrest over the latest police killing of a Black man.

The citywide order will last from 9:00 pm to 06:00 am (0100 to 1000 GMT Thursday), according to a statement on the city government’s website.

A demonstrator, wearing a protective face mask, holds a placard reading “WALTER WALLACE JR.” during a protest near the location where Walter Wallace, Jr. was killed by two police officers on October 27, 2020 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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His family said he suffered from mental health issues and asked why officers did not taser him instead.

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