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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
Genie 38874R3.S (Replaces 37470R3.S and 38001R3.S) Garage Door Opener Circuit Board Assembly
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When ordering this product your box will arrive with part number 38877RS which is the newest available version of this circuit board.
This item is discontinued.
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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

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COMMENT: Garage door opener went out. by John D 9/20/2017
COMMENT: Because your website assured me that this is what I needed by Mark M 9/6/2017
QUESTION: model 3042 circuit board needs replaced, trying to find correct part ? by None N 10/8/2017
QUESTION: Genie IntelliG 1000 model 3024. Pushed close button Heard a click and nothing. All lights out, nothing works. Plugged into another source to make sure outlet had power and it's good. Does this mean circuit board has blown? by None N 9/18/2016
ANSWER: Most likely by L O a
ANSWER: Very likely your "click" was a blown capacitor on the main board. While theoretically you could replace the cap, it would be much faster and easier to replace the board. <br /><br />Make sure you are properly grounded and try to minimize touching the circuit board during replacement. I recommend taking pictures of the connections before disassembly so you can reconnect properly. Good luck! by Michael U a
ANSWER: Depending on how old your unit is, there is either a fuse or something similar that can burn out or pop like a circuit breaker in your "fuse" panel. If you are good with electronics, you could probably replace. I am not and had to get a new board. If the unit is very old, might just get a whole new unit. by Mark G a
ANSWER: Yes in my experiences when all you here is a click the board has gone bad by Darius b a
QUESTION: I have a geni, silent max 1000 is the circuit board #, I need to order 38001r3.s? by None N 6/28/2016
QUESTION: My old circuit board just says 37470R. How do I tell if it is a 1.S or a 3.S? by Lee W 5/25/2016
STAFF ANSWER: What is the model of your operator? by Taylor M a
REPLY: 3042 by Lee W r