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Chamberlain WD822KD Whisper Drive 1/2 HP Belt Drive Garage Door Opener

When you're searching for a garage door opener like the Chamberlain WD822KD Whisper Drive 1/2-HP, there are a few things that you should always take into consideration. First of all, what type of drive does the unit use to open the door? You have three options which include belt, chain, and screw.

Chain drive are the oldest of the bunch and are definitely the noisiest, however they are quite reliable. Belt drive (which is what powers the Chamberlain WD822KD) work exactly like a chain drive however they are much quieter and still maintain great reliability. Screw drives are somewhere in between belt and chain drive units in noise levels and are not as common these days.

We would recommend belt drive at all times even if it is a little more expensive and that's why we like the Chamberlain WD822KD Whisper Drive.

Chamberlain WD822KD Whisper Drive Features * Belt drive for quiet, efficient operation * 1/2 HP Motor * "Whisper Quiet" Operation * Easy to install Chamberlain WD822KD Whisper Drive Garage Door Opener Reviews:

Out of over 160 reviews researched for this article, we were amazed that we could only find 4 people who had truly negative things to say about the Chamberlain WD822KD Whisper Drive 1/2-HP Belt Drive Garage Door Opener! Most people gave this unit top marks, and while they may have had one or two minor complaints, almost everyone agreed that this is an excellent garage door opener.

So what did the 4 people who didn't like this unit have to say? 3 out of the 4 received a product that was either poorly shipped or had manufacturer's defects. Sadly to say, this is sometimes the case when purchasing mass produced items like this, and if you do receive a unit with defects, you should immediately return it and ask for a replacement or refund.

The 4th reviewer left a negative review because he was having problems programming an all-in-one remote control (not designed by the manufacturer). He was able to contact customer service however and had the remote programmed properly. He has since changed his review from a 1 star out of 5 to 4 stars out of 5.

Everyone else who reviewed this product had great things to say. They were very impressed with how easy the unit was to install, and they love the quiet operation.

Some people have mentioned that they had contractors install this unit and suggest that if you aren't a "do-it-yourself" type of person you may want to consider this option as well. Others have said that they installed it themselves with no problems and it was their first time ever doing so.

You should consider this very carefully before you make the decision to install yourself. If you feel confident and have the tools then this unit should be no problem for you to install. If, however, you've never done this sort of thing before it may be wise to hire a contractor. The installation process should be very quick with a professional and should not be that costly.

Over all we would highly recommend the Chamberlain WD822KD Whisper Drive 1/2-HP Belt Drive Garage Door Opener and hope that you've enjoyed our review!

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