Genie 24412R.S Garage Door Opener Transformer

Genie 24412R.S Garage Door Opener Transformer



Item# 24412R
$16.49
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Product Description

When your old transformer is on the fritz, make a quick and affordable upgrade by getting the Genie garage door opener transformer from North Shore Commercial Door. You can find out more about this replacement Genie part by checking out our Questions app below.

Features:
  • Replaces burned-out transformers (typically found directly on or off to one side of the circuit board)
  • Compatible with all Genie PRO screw drive models (83, 88, 90, 93, 98,7500, -7600, -8500, -8600) and Chain Drive models (PMX-60, -65, -70, -75, -80, -85, -300IC and 500IC)
  • Original Genie replacement part
  • Part number: 24412R.S

Comments / Questions

COMMENT: Because this is what I needed. by Cynthia F 6/9/2013
QUESTION: I how a Buzzing problem when press wall unit, I READ THIS THE PROBLEM WITH TRANSFORMER? by JUAN C 5/23/2013
STAFF ANSWER: You may want to verify and trouble shoot this problem with the factory 800-275-6187. by Matthew O a
QUESTION: THE UNIT that's in my opener has four hook ups in different place than the one you are showing . Dose it matter where the four wires get hook up\ by Dan Q 10/25/2012
ANSWER: you must make sure that the common terminal goes to each unit by T O a
ANSWER: It matters a great deal. The wires that are connected to the old transformer high voltage side 90-125VAC must be reconnected to the same terminals of the new transformer. The low voltage wires 20VAC must be reconnected to the same or equivalent terminals of the new transformer. <br /><br />It is not necessary to connect either set of wires A-B, C-D to the exact same terminals. The old "A" terminal wire can be connected to the new transformer "B" terminal and visa versa. The same is true for the low voltage wires. Nothing bad will happen if you cross connect the old "C" terminal wire to "D" on the new transformer and visa versa. <br /><br />Connecting an "A" or "B" wire to a "C" or "D" terminal can destroy the transformer if you are lucky or totally destroy the electronics in the garage door opener if you are unlucky. <br /><br />If in doubt, obtain competent help. A first semester electronics school student should have no problems determining which wires to connect to the transformer primary 120VAC and which to the transformer secondary 20VAC. <br />. by C R a