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Garage Door Opener Drive Belt 41A5250

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Part #41A5250

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Part Information

Drive belt 41A5250 is an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) part that fits Craftsman garage door opener models 1393043, 13953904D, 13953906D, 13953914, 13953914D, 13953915D, 13953915DM, 13953916D, 13953918D, 13953919, 13953919D, 13953939D, 13953954, 13953964SRT, 13953984SRT, 13954915, 13954918, 13954920, 13954931, 13955918, 139559181, 13957915 and 13957918.

It also fits Chamberlain garage door opener models B500, B503, B510, B730, B740, B750, B970, 248754, WD962KD and WD962KLD.

Drive belt 41A5250 is rotated by the motor pulley to move the trolley back and forth along the rail.

Replaces original garage door opener drive belt part number 041A5250.

Reviews

1-8 of 10 reviews
stephanie 01
Molino flReviews 1Votes 3
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• 3 years ago
stephanie 01• 3 years ago
Easy to install

Received the belt before they said it would be delivered. It took my husband about an hour to install the belt and put my garage door opener back up.

Ramone
Palm Harbor, FloridaReviews 1Votes 5
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• 4 years ago
Ramone• 4 years ago
Pretty easy installation

Watched Sears YouTube video and it was helpful. Not sure why the tech lowered the opener and track unless there was some clearance issues. I left mine in place and worked off a ladder. Also didn’t totally remove the threaded tensioner as there was plenty of slack to disconnect old belt and reconnect new one. Taking my time, it probably took about a half hour to replace the belt. I would occasionally find small rectangular rubber pieces on my garage floor and finally found it was the cogs from the belt breaking off. I backed off on the “down” tension as much as I could to take the torque off the belt since that is where the cogs were coming off the belt.

Aceman
Gainesville, FlReviews 1Votes 1
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• 4 years ago
Aceman• 4 years ago
Challenging to install by yourself

Took me about an hour to install by myself. Would be much easier if you had a helper. Definitely need the installation manual from the garage opener to adjust the opening and closing.

EL Niño
Apopka, FLReviews 1Votes 1
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• 4 years ago
EL Niño• 4 years ago
Garage door opener drive belt

I watched the video in YouTube to go over the procedure. It was easy to remove and replace.

Response from Sears PartsDirect:
SHSPD Social Care • 4 years ago

Awesome! YouTube rocks! Thanks for sharing your review with us.

Jackerson
West Ashley, scReviews 1Votes 0
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• 4 years ago
Jackerson• 4 years ago
Automatic garage door opener belt

Fairly easy, on line video very helpful. I enjoyed doing it.

fred1
Windermere, FLReviews 1Votes 0
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• 4 years ago
fred1• 4 years ago
Not the easist thing to install

It took about an hour to install. With the help of a buddy and two 6' step ladders. We chose to replace the belt in it's operating position instead of taking it down and working on it. Requires tools.

Sparky4
HoustonReviews 1Votes 1
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• 4 years ago
Sparky4• 4 years ago
41A5250 Garage door belt

This is my first time replacing a garage door opener belt. Since I read, but didn't follow the directions it only took me 30 minutes. You will need the directions for some information. I downloaded mine from the Sears parts direct website. You don't need to drop the unit to the floor. I wiped down the trolley rail with 3-in-One Garage door lube to clean it. I set the garage door opener to the open position. Release the garage door so you can close it to remove the pulley. Remove belt, if the belt is not broken, loosen the the adjuster to release the spring tension. It makes it easier to remove the belt. Positioned the trolley 2 inches from the fully open stop bolt. If haven't loosened the adjusting bolt that. Install the new belt at the garage door end and replace pulley, I would put some grease on the pulley bolt. The hardest part was trying to hold the trolley in place while inserting the hook end of the belt onto the trolley. I adjusted the spring tension as shown it the directions " 1 1/4" spring compression" I didn't need to make any adjustment for the door open, close or force.

Johha
Oahu, HawaiiReviews 1Votes 0
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• 4 years ago
Johha• 4 years ago
easy to onstall

took only 20 min, had to make sure the drive was all the way at the limit before connecting the drive belt.

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