Genie
Garage Door Opener

Model #4560 Genie dc screw drive garage door opener

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    Garage Door Opener Hex Nut#21

    Rail - h8000, isd series Diagram

    Garage door opener hex nut

    Part #24121D05

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    Garage Door Opener Bolt

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    Garage door opener bolt

    Part #8025E04

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    Garage Door Opener Bolt

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    Garage door opener bolt

    Part #3359Q06

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    Garage Door Opener Limit Switch

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    Garage door opener limit switch

    Part #33950S

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    Nut

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    Nut

    Part #086480.1620

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    Garage Door Opener Light Socket#7

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    Garage door opener light socket

    Part #34322A

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    Garage Door Opener Clevis Pin

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    Garage door opener clevis pin

    Part #5987F04

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    Garage Door Opener Interrupter Cup#9

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    Garage door opener interrupter cup

    Part #33944A

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    Logic Board#3

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    Logic board

    Part #34019R

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    Part #27570T

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    Symptoms common to all garage door openers

    Choose a symptom to see related garage door opener repairs.

    Things to do: check garage door travel, tighten brackets and fasteners, test safety sensors, check travel limits and force limits
    Main causes: loose fasteners, broken brackets, need preventive maintenance, worn drive gears, loose or worn belt, loose chain
    Main causes: faulty logic control board, bad RPM sensor, broken gears in the drive system, bad drive motor
    Main causes: neighbor's remote programmed at the same time as yours, faulty wall control wiring, bad wall control unit
    Main causes: garage door locked, damaged garage door tracks, up-force setting needs adjustment, RPM sensor failure, bad drive motor
    Main causes: radio interference, weak remote batteries, sunlight interference with safety sensor beams, safety sensors need adjustment
    Main causes: safety sensor beams blocked, safety sensors not aligned, downforce setting needs adjustment, damaged garage door tracks
    Main causes: garage door opener misaligned, travel limits need adjustment, bad travel limit switches, faulty logic control board

    Repair guides common to all garage door openers

    These step-by-step repair guides will help you safely fix what’s broken on your garage door opener.

    How to replace a chain-drive garage door opener gear and sprocket assembly

    Learn how to replace the gear and sprocket assembly on your garage door opener if the drive motor runs but the door won't move.

    Repair difficulty
    Time required
     60 minutes or less
    How to replace a garage door opener logic board

    The logic board is the brains of the garage door opener. If the remote doesn't work or the door doesn't open and close properly, the logic board could be the problem. This repair guide shows you how to fix it yourself.

    Repair difficulty
    Time required
     60 minutes or less
    How to replace a garage door opener drive chain and cable assembly

    If your garage door won’t move, the chain and cable assembly on your garage door opener could be broken. Follow these step-by-step instructions to replace it.

    Repair difficulty
    Time required
     60 minutes or less

    Articles and videos common to all garage door openers

    Use the advice and tips in these articles and videos to get the most out of your garage door opener.

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    Garage door won't close/safety sensor troubleshooting video—lights blink 10 times

    By Sears PartsDirect staff

    Learn how to check and fix safety sensor and wiring problems.

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