Since the bolt on the right side of the garage door header was in the way of the bracket, I had to move the bracket.
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If your spring does not grow as you wind it, you are winding it the wrong direction probably because it is improperly installed.
If this happens, you have the wrong wind spring and you need to install it on the other side of the center support bracket.
Check to make sure the cable is straight in the slot and not sticking out the side.
Also the edge of the cable stop should not be pointing to the side as shown.
The cable tip should fit completely inside the drum, with the rounded part facing out so the tip can't scrape the end bearing plate. Twist the shaft to keep the cable tightly on the drum.
While twisting, vise grip the shaft as shown to keep the cable on the drum.
If you do not use the right tools and follow safe procedures, you could lose hands, limbs or even your life. We want your business, but not at the expense of your well being. If you have any doubts about your ability to safely change your springs, we recommend you hire a professional to repair your garage door. The inner protruding race of the bearing faces the inside of the garage as pictured.
The new cable drums will press against these inner races of the bearings. Install at least two bolts on the bottom the end bearing plate to secure it to the horizontal track angle.
Winding garage door springs with cracked cones can cause the springs to spin loose and the bars to fly. Caution: Under-tightening the drums could cause the drum to slip and the door to cock or fall. A common problem for do-it-yourselfers and inexperienced garage door repairmen is getting the end of the cable to properly seat in the slot of the cable drum.