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Craftsman garage door opener not working properly- car remte not working - pad on wall will open door just few inches then stopsmodel 41a5389p

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You have more than one problem. Sounds like you may have a bad drive gear. Remove the cover from the motor unit and check the gear. It is white nylon and will be obvious if it is bad. 41A5389P is not a model number. It is a part number. The model number should be on the opposite end.

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