Model #13953906D CRAFTSMAN Garage Door Opener

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I have 3 139.53985D Garage Door Openers. The overhead lights stoped working on two of the openers.

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It sounds like you are taking advantage of the features of the managemylife.com's web site. I think it's great that you can read other expert answers that are very similar to your question and get immediate information.. You can also take advantage of the searspartsdirect web page also.You can talk to a Sears associate, who can assist you.They will be happy to verify any part that you may require. I hope this will assist you until your expert can respond.

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James -
February 19, 2011
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Do not buy new logic boards until you know that is the problem. They are expensive. Try this. Unplug the opener and remove the bulb. Using a small screwdriver pry out on the center contact in the socket. Replace the bulb and plug in the opener. Make sure the bulbs are good.

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Don -
February 20, 2011
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Try Don's suggestion for the light socket. Do make sure to unplug the machine before you work on it (for this or any other procedure).

If you determine that the issue is indeed with the logic board, you can go HERE and order part number 41AC150-2.

I feel pretty sure you will not need to replace the logic board as it is usually the socket that causes this to happen.

Thank you for using Manage My Life!

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XX Wade_ -
Sears Technician
February 21, 2011
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Don/Wade - thanks for your comments. I tried unplugging and pulling out the center contact on the sockets and it did not work. Are there any other tests that you might know of prior to me buying two logic boards? Its wierd that two of my three units having the same problem. Also, Wade - will I be able to install the boards by myself if I am "handy"?

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DanB1 -
February 21, 2011
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Replacing the board is quite simple. It is basically unplug the unit from the wall. Open it up. Remove the old board. Put the new board in. Program the remotes and keypad. It's really not hard at all. If you were handy enough to check the light sockets, then it should be no problem for you at all. On that note, if you have a voltmeter you can check voltage to the socket at a point where the lights should be on. If you have voltage to the socket, the socket is the issue. If you do not, then it will almost have to be the logic board. I've not found anything else that drives that type of failure than a bad board, a bad socket, or a bad bulb.

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XX Wade_ -
Sears Technician
February 21, 2011
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After trying a couple other solutions, I went to purchase the 41AC150-2 as described above. However, I found my owners manual and looked at part numbers for the Garage Door Opener. The Manual is telling me the Logic Board is 41DB102-2 vs the 41AC150-2 as indicated by Wade. Can you please let me know why 41AC150-2 was suggested vs 41DB102-2?

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DanB1 -
May 10, 2011
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I no clue why your manual is giving you a different number. When I pull the parts images and the manual I am given part number 41AC150-2. the number you have shows to be a good number but it does not show as being for this model. I show the board number you have as being for models: 13953939D, 13953918D, and 13953906D.

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XX Wade_ -
Sears Technician
May 10, 2011
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Hi Wade - I am very thankful for your quick response. Given the fact it has taken so long for me to move forward, I do not know where from I got the model number that I started this conversation. The model number listed on the Owners Manual (that I just finally found) does indeed list my unit as 139.53918D. Sorry about the confusion. Looks like the board would be the 41DB102-2 ...correct?

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DanB1 -
May 10, 2011
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Yes, if it is a 53918D the board will be 41DB102-2. Honestly, I would not go by what the manual shows as the model number. Check the number on the back panel of the opener to be certain.

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XX Wade_ -
Sears Technician
May 10, 2011
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Just double checked ....the Owner Manual Matches the End Panel number.

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DanB1 -
May 10, 2011
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