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My 10 yr. old CRAFTSMAN 1/2 Hr. Garage Door Opener won't open. There is a couple of small "clicks" from the unit when the button is pushed but that's all?New 1?

by Manage My Life Last activity date:
October 25th, 2010

Craftsman 1/2 Hr. dooropener Model No. 139.53966SRT. It closed fine last night but when we tried to open it this morning"no go". You can hear some (2)small clicks when you try to open it. You can tell it has power and is getting the signal but it doesn't respond. The lightbulbs will not light up either. It is 10 years old. Time for a new one?

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It sounds like there are relays sticking on the logic board. Given the age of the machine, it may benefit you to consider replacing the unit as opposed to replacing the logic board.

Your logic board part number is 41A5021-2G. You can go


to order that if you'd like. You may also go


to look at the new lines of door openers.

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by Manage My Life
October 25th, 2010
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It sounds like you may have had electrical storms or power surges. You can pull the logic board and check for burnt or missing traces on the printed circuit.
by Manage My Life
October 25th, 2010
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Everyone hates when their Garage Door Opener isn't working properly and especially if it makes a clicking sound before opening makes you concerned. So, I found this question in the Manage My life website and it should be helpful to you, while your waiting on a response from an expert. I've attached the link below, I hope this helps!!!!!!!
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October 23rd, 2010
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