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Manage My Life

My sears garage door opener broke (part #41A4315-7D). What new model can I replace it with and use the same track, chain and keypad? (just chg. motor)

by Manage My Life Last activity date:
August 3rd, 2010

I just want to swap out the motor unit so I can use the already installed door hardware and wiring. Is this possible? The unit that broke is ten years old.

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Manage My Life
Thanks for the help guys. Both good points. I'll check out and see what they have to say before I make a decision. Appreciate the help....
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August 3rd, 2010
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Although almost all craftsman openers have interchangeable, it is not recommended. The electronics are something on the unit that can and do go out as the opener gets older. The part that broke on the motor unit can probably be replaced. The reason it is not recommended is the warranty will be void as soon as you hook old up to new, but it is possible. As far as using the electronics over, these devices are 2 codes old. They are not even rolling code. Any unit you buy the remotes will not be compatible, sorry. You can look at new ones and replacement parts at Thanks BB
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August 2nd, 2010
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What you are trying to do with your garage door is very smart and I'm sure it will save you money. You can visit the PartsDirect website to chat with an on-line specialist they will give you the proper information for what you are trying to accomplish with your garage door. I have provided the link below. I hope this helps!
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