This LiftMaster Chamberlain circuit board, part number 41A5483-4C, is a direct replacement for the board in LiftMaster model 2280 or 2580 garage door openers. If your garage door opener is malfunctioning due to a faulty circuit board, a replacement board is a simple repair that is less expensive and time consuming than replacing the entire unit.
This replacement circuit board, 41A5483-4C, is identical to earlier boards with part numbers such as 41A5483-4B or 41A5483-4. The final letter indicates a model year revision, but if the rest of the part number is the same, the circuit boards are interchangeable.
With more than 35 years of experience in the business, North Shore Commercial Door is a family-owned company that has the expertise to provide solutions for your garage door needs, whether residential or commercial. If you’re not sure which circuit board you need for a repair, North Shore Commercial Door can help in several ways. First, enter your circuit board’s part number in our search form to locate a replacement. Another option is to consult our Chamberlain LiftMaster Garage Door Opener Circuit Board Compatibility Chart. For more personalized help, send your questions using our Comments/Questions section and get answers from our staff experts and other customers. Many of our customers are professional installers who also have extensive experience.
QUESTION: What the last two digits mean? On my circuit board is 41A5483-4c. by Alejandro F 1/19/2017
ANSWER: A model year version. It's in the description. 4c seems to be the latest one. by Bohdan K a
ANSWER: I believe it references either Chamberlin or Craftsman or Liftmaster, etc. by Rocco C a
ANSWER: I believe it's a revision reference. You also can check with Chamberlin on line too. <br /><br />Mine fit right in and operated just fine. by R B a
QUESTION: Which remote for this unit/board? by None N 8/16/2016
ANSWER: Mine that works fine is a Chamberlain 3-button that clips onto the car visor. I bought it at Lowe's for something under $40. I did have to put up a ladder so I could press the programming button. The directions are pretty clear but in print too small to read while standing on the floor. by Norman G a
ANSWER: The same Liftmaster remote that came with original opener. by Robert H a
QUESTION: Door opener reverses itself when closing it goes 10 percent of the way and comes back up, I checked the sensors reset power no luck. I opened the board cover and capacitor looks ok. I am thinking of ordering the board, Let me know if I am missing something? by None N 1/10/2016
STAFF ANSWER: It sounds like the board if you already checked the wiring with the safety eyes. by Taylor M a
QUESTION: How do I change the code to my remotes? by Kim L 11/12/2015
ANSWER: There is a red button and a label "LEARN" below it. Take both remotes with you on your ladder. With the opener plugged in and light bulbs inserted, press and release the red button and then press the remote button, holding it down until the opener light flashes. Repeat for any other remotes. by Norman G a
STAFF ANSWER: you can clear the memory by holding the learn button for 30 seconds and repair the remotes should give it a new code like its brand new ! by Taylor M a