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41A4373A Replacement Kit LIFTMASTER GARAGE DOOR SAFETY BEAMS Sears Craftsman

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41A5034 w-Brackets
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Conversion Kit for LIFTMASTER 41A4373 INFRARED PHOTO SAFETY SENSORS
Kit Includes Brackets and Safety Sensors (41A5034) to replace garage door opener infrared safety sensors

LiftMaster, Chamberlain 801CB part number, Sears Craftsman, Raynor compatible garage door opener replacement safety sensors.

  • These garage door opener replacement safety sensors help make sure your garage remains safe. The sensors project an invisible light beam across the inside of the garage door to ensure that if anything is coming in or going out, that the door automatically reverses before hitting anything or anyone.
    Replaces defective or damaged sensors
    Detects objects in the path of opening/closing garage door to help prevent accidents
    Offers peace of mind and safe operation
    Includes sensors, mounting brackets and 18 in. of extension wire

  • Replacement Safety Sensor kit (infrared eye) for ALL 1993-1997 operators with the Safety Sensor option (Billion code series with the Green LED light - NOT compatible with sensors that have Red LED lights)
  • Replacement for part number 41A4373 and 41A4373A replacement
  • Compatible with ALL fail safe units (equipped with infrared eye beam) from LiftMaster Chamberlain Craftsman Sears Master Mechanic and Wayne Dalton
  • Includes Brackets and sensors have a 36" wire leads and weather resistant silicone gel-cap splice connectors
  • Compatible with models 1240 1245 1245-266 1246 1250 1250-266 1255 1255-166 1255-266 1256 1260 1260-166 1260-266 ATS211R ATS211 and more. Not all models listed. 435414

    LiftMaster 41A4373 Installation Instructions (click)
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  1. Worked like a charm 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Nov 6th 2017

    I ordered the 41A4373A Replacement Kit LIFTMASTER GARAGE DOOR SAFETY BEAMS Sears Craftsman for my door because you can't find the original part any more. It worked like a charm. The hardest part was stripping the insulation off of 18yr old existing wires. It works as it should I tested it to make sure it goes back up if they is something in the way. I have not had any cold weather since I installed it. The old one would work in warm weather but not cold.