Genie 38874R3.S (Replaces 37470R3.S and 38001R3.S) Garage Door Opener Circuit Board Assembly

Genie 38874R3.S (Replaces 37470R3.S and 38001R3.S) Garage Door Opener Circuit Board Assembly
Item# 38874R3S
$97.88$63.50
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
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Additional Details about: When ordering this product your box will arrive with part number 38877RS which is the newest available version of this circuit board.

If you need to replace the circuit board on your Genie 3024 model garage door opener, SilentMax 1000, and ChainMax 1000 North Shore Commercial Door Co. has the Genie 37470R3.S circuit board in stock and available at a low price. This circuit board has a new part number, 38001R3.S, representing the fact that this circuit board is the latest offering from Genie Company. When Genie Company releases new or update products they assign new parts numbers. This 38874R3.S (old #38001R3.S) circuit board is guaranteed to work very well in garage door openers that have the 37470R3.S board as an original item. One note about the 38001R3.S model circuit board, if your garage door system features Series III wall plates you will need to replace those wall plates with the Series II wall unit model that has a part number of GBWC2-BX. Genie Company is phasing out the Series III wall units and reverting to the Series II devices. This circuit board is standard on IntelliG 1000 garage door openers. IntelliG 1000 devices have belt or chain drives and feature Genie technology such as GenieSense, Intellicode and HomeLink and Car2U. In addition to model 3024 garage door openers like the IntelliG 1000, this circuit board will work with Overhead Door Series 3 model 7030 systems. In addition to the Genie 3024 circuit board assembly, North Shore Commercial Door Co. has a full line of Genie IntelliG 1000 garage door opener parts and Genie brand garage door opener parts.

•Genie 38001R3.S circuit board assembly is a new model of the 37370R3.S, 36681R1 circuit board assembly

•Compatible with Genie Series 3 model 3024 garage door opener systems and Overhead Door Series 3 Model 7030

Comments / Questions

COMMENT: North Shore made it easy to order the right parts for my garage door opener. by gordon s 5/19/2016
COMMENT: Old Circuit Board suffered some water damage so needed replacing by James T 5/2/2016
QUESTION: Changed circuit board in my genie 3042 opener and changed to the series 2 wall plate and opener will not work from the wall plate at all how do I fix this problem? by None N 4/21/2016
ANSWER: You have a wiring problem read the instruction and make sure you have it wired properly but don't forget to unplug before doing to wires by L O a
ANSWER: yes it fix the problem perfectly<br />Thanks you by Preecha T a
ANSWER: Did you confirm this is the correct replacement circuit board for your opener? Just asking as you list yours as the "3042" and they list the "3024". If you are not sure, call Genie directly and they should give you the part number for the board you need. If the board you purchased does supersede that one, then you have the correct board. I would then check the wiring to make sure it is correct / not loose. by Mark G a
ANSWER: I had to install a simple push button switch to operate this controller. It didn't work with the original 3-button lighted wall plate I had. by Jon G a
QUESTION: Where can I find a keychain garage door opener model GMI-3BL? by Sandra C 3/10/2016
STAFF ANSWER: What is the Model number on the back of one of the Remotes that are currently in use or that were being using on your Garage door operator ? by Taylor M a
QUESTION: No light on indoor console, no lights on Genie Powermax 1000 and no lights on safety seeing eyes. Have power to unit, but it totally acts as if there is no power. Does this mean a new circuit board or a whole new unit is needed? by None N 1/18/2016
STAFF ANSWER: I would recommend a new circuit board ! by Taylor M a
QUESTION: I am troubleshooting a Genie Silentmax 1000. I confirmed it has the 37470 R board in it. I was diagnosing a problem with the door opening fully when the whole head unit seemed to die. No indication of life. How do I know it's the board and I need to replace it? Thanks for any help! by Ron R 1/15/2016
ANSWER: With my problem there was no sign of life on either the wall console switch or the infrared beam. I knew the electrical outlet was good so the only other option was the board. If you are seeing electricity at your wall console switch and your infrared beam then the problem is likely your motor, otherwise it's your board. I hope this helps. by Mark S a
REPLY: Thanks Mark. Likewise, I have no LED indications on the unit, on the wall console, or on the Safe-T beams. I do have power at the outlet the unit is plugged into. It just seems weird that I unplugged the unit to adjust the door springs, plug it back in, and the board is dead. by Ron R r
ANSWER: Sounds like a board to me by Pawel D a
ANSWER: The motor is DC voltage and not likely to have a problem especially if the circuit board appears to dead and the door button isn't lighted and main door sensors aren't lighted either and the motor is diconnected when you turn on power. I'm not sure what the voltage is for the motor but it may say what it is and if it does and you have a DC power source to match you can test the motor. by Tom W a