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I need replacement safety eyes for 41A4315-5 opener

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Try liftmaster web site...google garage door parts this may help as well

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Broken electric eye on garage door opener. How to bypass it to open door


The eyes do not stop the door from opening - They only work on the close cycle.

If the door will not open at all it may have a broken spring. Try unhooking the door from the opener.

If it works manually try the opener with the door unhooked.

NOTE: holding down the wall button overrides the safety eyes. This is the only bypass available (you need to get a new eye to replace the broken one.

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ARE BOTH LEDS ON? - CHECK FOR A LOOSE OR BROKEN WIRE.

ARE THE EYES WIRED CORRECTLY?

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HOLDING DOWN THE WALL BUTTON OVERRIDES THE SAFETY EYES.
WHEN HOLDING IT DOWN MAKES THE DOOR CLOSE PROPERLY THE PROBLEM IS IN THE SAFETY EYES.

ARE BOTH LEDS ON? - CHECK FOR A LOOSE OR BROKEN WIRE.
ARE THE EYES WIRED CORRECTLY?
ARE THEY AIMED AT EACH OTHER?

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Your safety eyes are out of ajustment. Make sure that the eyes are pointing directly at each other. A light will come on on each eye when they are properly aligned. The only other thing that could be wrong is that one of the safety eyes could be bad, and the only thing you can do is replace the eyes. 99% of the time the problem is an alignment issue. By holding down the wall button, you are overriding the safety eyes.

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When remote or door switch is pressed the garage door opener only clicks, the motor attempts to move very slightly. starting capacitor is new.


SOUNDS LIKE A SAFETY EYE PROBLEM.

WILL IT CLOSE IF YOU HOLD DOWN THE WALL BUTTON??

HOLDING DOWN THE WALL BUTTON OVERRIDES THE SAFETY EYES.
WHEN HOLDING IT DOWN MAKES THE DOOR CLOSE PROPERLY THE PROBLEM IS IN THE SAFETY EYES.

ARE BOTH LEDS ON? - CHECK FOR A LOOSE OR BROKEN WIRE.
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ARE THEY AIMED AT EACH OTHER?

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