Model #1021499A Craftsman garage door opener

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Q:

Why does my 2004 Craftsman garage door opener not stay closed?

A:

If the door closes all the way and reverses, your down travel is nnot adjusted correctly. The garage door opener logic board senses obstructions and reverses the door.

On the motor unit there is a screw for adjusting down travel. Turn it ccw 1/2 turn and try it. If the door stops just above the floor you can turn the screw cw slightly until it just closes.

If you need more instructions look on the back of the motor unit for the model number. It will be in this format 13953636.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
May 13, 2008
Q:

I need a owners manual for my craftsman garage door opener 1021499A. please help

A:

Thank you for your question Mike.

I am sorry you are having a problem finding the manual for the garage door opener. The number you have submitted did not pull up for me. The model number will be located on the motor unit. To find the model number you will need a ladder to get up to the unit. Once up there, look on both ends for the model number tag. The model number should 139.******. If might be necessary to remove the light lens to see the model number tag. Once you have the model number, please reply below with the number and I will be happy to look up the manual for you.

Thank you for using Manage my life.

Mark T.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
September 26, 2011
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I have a Craftsman GDO, 41A5389E, 1021499A, 1/05. The hard-wire switch won't work and the LED is unlit. I am not sure what is going on. Any ideas?

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The wires to the switch must be broken or the wall switch is bad. To test this disconnect the 2 wires from the wall switch and touch them together. These wires have 5 volts dc on them so they won't shock you.

If the opener doesn't start with the wires touching the wires might be shorted or broken. Take the wires to the switch off the back of the opener and short the terminals the wires were on together. If the opener runs the wires are bad.

The 3 flashes on back of your logic board is a fault code indicating something is wrong with the wires to the wall switch.

I am sending you a link to the page on Manage My Home to search for manuals. Get the model number off the other end of the motor unit of the garage door opener. The number you sent is the part number of the logic board.

http://www.managemylife.com/mmh/products/ManualSearchDisplay.action

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
October 16, 2008

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