Why is my Dorgard beeping?
If your Dorgard is beeping it means it has a fault. Below are the two most common beep patterns indicating common faults.
If you’re still unsure, please contact our customer service team and we’ll be happy to help.
This tone means the batteries are low. Try replacing the batteries. If the beeping continues, contact our customer service team.
This tone means there is a problem with the plunger and its contact with the floor.
Common fixes for this tone include:
- Check the rubber foot is not worn away and in need of replacement. If it needs replacing, contact us as we can supply replacements.
- If you are using a floorplate, check the the rubber foot fits snugly into the floorplate
- Check that the rubber foot is making contact with the floor. If the Dorgard has been installed too high up on the door, it will be unable to connect with the floor.
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One of my Dorgards is releasing to no apparent sound. What could the problem be?
This could be a plunger issue. Sometimes the plunger will release if it doesn’t have good purchase with the ground or floorplate. Check the Dorgard has been installed properly and the rubber foot is not worn. We can supply new rubber feet if required, just contact our customer service team.
If it is not a plunger issue, the sensitivity may need to be adjusted. To adjust the sensitivity, refer to your fitting and operating guide or call our customer service team. They are happy to help.