You can repair a LiftMaster model 1345 or 1355 garage door opener with this replacement circuit board 41A5021-1H-315. Give new life to an older garage door opener and operator instead of replacing it by replacing the faulty logic board instead. It’s a less-expensive and less time-consuming option to get your door working properly again.
If you’re not sure which parts you need, North Shore Commercial Door can help. First, check our Chamberlain LiftMaster Garage Door Opener Circuit Board Compatibility Chart to see which circuit board you need. Note that circuit boards with the -315 suffix in the part number must be replaced with a part with the same -315 ending. The final letter in the part number (such as the "H" in this case) indicates the year of the model. Two circuit boards with part numbers that are identical except for this one digit are interchangeable. If you still have questions, use our Comments/Questions section to get answers from our staff and other customers who have used our parts and products. North Shore Commercial Door is a family-owned company and has been in business for more than 35 years, providing parts and equipment for garage door openers for both home and commercial use. So our staff has the expertise to answer your repair and maintenance questions.
When replacing safety sensors or circuit boards, North Shore Commercial Door recommends using the LiftMaster 990LM Garage Door Opener Surge Protector. We make it easy by offering you a discounted combo price when you purchase both the surge protector and the circuit board at the same time.
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QUESTION: My Lift-Master goes up . but when I go to close it.It stops and goes back up. but if I keep holding the button in until it's down it will stay down. there is definitely something wrong with it but what? by William B 3/29/2017
ANSWER: I didn't have that problem, but I did have 2 random problems that lift master couldn't solve, so I replaced the circuit board in both instances and it fixed the issues on both doors. by Matthew G a
ANSWER: It sounds like your sensors are misaligned. by scott m a
ANSWER: Check your safety sensors on the door, it might be misaligned. The two sensor has to be eye to eye . Hopefully that helps by Lao x a
QUESTION: Wired button opens and closes the garage door with no problem. Remotes only open but will not close the garage door. Will replacing the circuit board correct this issue? by Martin A 9/14/2016
ANSWER: If: 1. More than one remote has this problem. 2. You have retrained the remotes to the opener. 3. Batteries in the remotes are good. Yes, replace the circuit board will correct the issue. by Michael Z a
QUESTION: My remote works only at close distances if I close the door and try to open it from the outside it does not work ,go inside and it works fine could it be the circuit board ? by None N 3/23/2016
ANSWER: Have you tried replacing the batteries in the remote control? Also, try to reposition the wire on top of the unit you will need a ladder. The wire is the antenna. You may also try to reprogram the unit as a last resort. I would not think it's the circuit board. When my unit went out, I was having major trouble with the motor - it would stall and jam, like it had no power. One of the chips on the board had burned out that drives the motor. Regardless, I would start with the easy stuff listed above. Hope that helps by John E a
ANSWER: Have you replace battery in the remote. Also try to move the antenna around to a differ t position. by Joseph R a
QUESTION: My 41A5021-1H-315 opener is not working. when its plugged in, a clicking sound can be heard and felt on the upper left behind electric warning signs. Do I need a new board? by Brendan H 11/4/2015
ANSWER: I replaced mine and it works like a new one. The cost is a lot less than a new opener. Took me about a half hour and had to reprogram the controls, which takes no time at all. by loyd c a
STAFF ANSWER: I would replace the the board ! by Taylor M a