My Account  |  0 item(s)    View Cart

Sears Craftsman 41A5021-4F Receiver Logic Board Assembly Security +

Part Number SR-41A5021-4F
review 3 Review(s)
4
Sears Craftsman 41A5021-4F Receiver Logic Board Assembly Security +
Sears Craftsman 41A5021-4F Receiver Logic Board Assembly Security +
Email a friend Email a friend
Write a Review Write a Review
Questions about this item? Be the first to ask here. Questions about this item? Be the first to ask here.
Price
Your Price:  
$79.95
Availability:
Not for Sale
Share |
Description
Sears Craftsman 41A5021-4F Receiver Logic Board Assembly Security +. Garage Door Replacement Parts.

Liftmaster and Chamberlain Compatible (41A5021-I).

Sears Craftsman 41A5021-4F garage door opener circuit board works with models including:
  • 139.53964.
  • 139.53964SRT.
890MAX Remote Control Compatible.
877MAX Keyless Entry Compatible.
Security + Frequency 315 MHz.

Disclaimer:

Board Housing may not fit in your operator due to the fact that is different or your operator is to old. In this case follow these instructions:

  • Remove the screws that ties the new board to the housing.
  • Swap the board from the new housing.
  • Replace it in your old housing.
  • Put the board back in his place on the operator.
We always ensure board compatibility. You will receive a perfectly and compatible replacement board that will fit your operator.

THIS IS AN OEM LIFTMASTER PART THAT IS A REPLACEMENT PART FOR THE SEARS CRAFTSMAN GARAGE DOOR OPENERS
Customer Reviews
3/5
Rating Truck Driver
 
As mentioned in the disclaimer, I did have to remove the board from the housing. Switched out the board with the old housing. Now my opener is working, but not as well as it used to. My remotes are now working most of the time within very close range. I have to hold the button down on the remote for a few seconds, only when I'm right up on the garage door. I believe I need to play around with the transmitter wire, maybe replace that with a longer one.
  Did you find this helpful?  
Reviewed by:  from LAS VEGAS. - 12/11/2019
5/5
Rating Mr
 
I replaced my garage door’s logic board a few weeks ago and since then the issues I had with garage door openers not working when the light was on have gone away. As mentioned on the site, the housing for the new logic board didn’t match exactly (my old one had screws at each corner but the new one only had 3). I could have just screwed in two corners, but it was easy enough to just switch the logic boards so I had the new logic board in the old housing that actually fit my opener. Took about 30 minutes including reprogramming remotes, and a fraction of the cost of a new garage door opener or to have a professional do the same repair.
  Did you find this helpful?  
Reviewed by:  from Phoenix. - 9/24/2019
5/5
Rating Mrs
 
This logic board was a replacement for our craftsman garage door opener that quit working because the transmitting signal would not relay to any of the opening device, only the hard wired opener would work. It was easy to install and solved the problem. The mounting holes for the new board were not aligned with the mounting holes from the old housing, probably because it was manufactured in 2002, but we didnt find this to be a problem. The solution was to drill new holes in the housing case. I would recommend this part to replace logic board as opposed to getting a whole new garage door opener.
  Did you find this helpful?  
Reviewed by:  from PASADENA. - 4/22/2019