LiftMaster Chamberlain 41DJ001 Garage Door Opener Circuit Board

LiftMaster Chamberlain 41DJ001 Garage Door Opener Circuit Board Logic board complete w/ plate

Item# 41DJ001
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LiftMaster Chamberlain 41DJ001 Garage Door Opener Circuit Board Logic board complete w/ plate LiftMaster Chamberlain 41DJ001 Garage Door Opener Circuit Board Logic board complete w/ plate Price: $77.79Sale: $62.00
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Combo Price: $101.64

Product Description

A damaged or malfunctioning circuit board is often the cause of problems with a garage door opener. If you’ve determined that your opener’s circuit board is faulty, a replacement circuit board from North Shore Commercial Door, such as this LiftMaster Chamberlain 41DJ001 circuit board, can be quickly installed in place of the old one to get your garage door opener working right again.

Circuit board 41DJ001 fits the LiftMaster 3800 jackshaft garage door opener. The circuit board comes complete with the mounting plate. Installation is a simple matter of disconnecting the unit, removing the old circuit board, mounting the new one, attaching the plug and restoring power to the unit.

Circuit boards often fail due to a lightning strike, electrical surge or other problem with the power supply, so North Shore Commercial Door recommends that you protect your new 41DJ001 replacement circuit board by installing a LiftMaster 990LM Garage Door Opener Surge Protector. We make it easy by offering a special discount price for the two items when you order the replacement circuit board and the surge protector together.

North Shore Commercial Door is a family-owned company with more than 35 years of experience providing garage door openers and parts for residential and commercial use. For more information on compatibility of our replacement circuit boards with various brands and models of garage door openers, check our Chamberlain LiftMaster Garage Door Opener Circuit Board Compatibility Chart for a complete list. If you have other questions, post them in our Comments/Questions section and you’ll get advice and answers from our expert staff and from other customers who have experience with the products.

Comments / Questions

COMMENT: Needed the circuit board . Old one went south! by Ron M 6/24/2014
COMMENT: Referred by Lift Master Tech support by Frank F 4/4/2014
QUESTION: I'm searching for a LM3800 PCB that has the following number printed on the PCB at least three times: 014D1187 Rev.D<br /><br />What is the difference with the 41DJ001 They look exactly the same, but the number on my board is nowhere to be found! by Johanan M 5/24/2014
STAFF ANSWER: THe number wouldnt be found. We know it makes no sense . But yes this is the circuit board for the LIftmaster 3800 by Matthew O a
QUESTION: I replaced the circuit board but still sometimes have trouble getting the remotes to work. Most of the times they work but once in a while they dont. its not the remote because i have tried multiple remotes. Not sure what to replace next? by T H 4/30/2013
ANSWER: I have the same problem every once in awhile I don't know what it is but if I leave my remotes in my vehicles for a long time they won't work. the one I use everyday works great with the one on use a couple times a week are acting up by K J a
STAFF ANSWER: Call the tech line for Liftmaster 800-528-9131 for further trouble shooting assistance. by Matthew O a
QUESTION: How do you replace the logic board? by Rain M 4/28/2013
ANSWER: It's a fairly simple process. Unplug the unit, remove the cover and the 3 retaining screws holding the circuit board in place. Unplug the wire bundles from the existing board and reconnect after you install the new one. The various plugs only go on one way. by P A a
REPLY: Thank you for the info. I did place an order for the logic board from your company.<br />Thanks again. by Rain M r
ANSWER: It is literally plug and play. There is one screw at the bottom of the unit and the entire face comes off. It's been a while but if I remember correct a pair of neddle nose pliars to squeeze the the little tabs to remove the board and like I said it is plug and play. by L O a
QUESTION: Is 41DJ001 the same as 41DJ001B? by None N 12/1/2012
STAFF ANSWER: Yes. by Matthew O a