The Sears Craftsman 41A4315-6B garage door opener circuit board is available at a competitive price from North Shore Commercial Door. We can ship this quality component directly to your door. Usually, we send this part within one business day of receiving your order, and we can ship internationally as well as domestically.
The Craftsman brand means that you get the same rugged reliability as the famous Sears line of dependable Craftsman tools. When the existing circuit board on your garage door fails, the Sears Craftsman 41A4315-6B garage door opener circuit board from North Shore Commercial Door can save you money and time. Rather than replacing the entire garage door or garage door opener, simply replace the circuit board, and your garage door will be back in normal operation again.
This circuit board works with Sears Craftsman models including:
For more product & how-to videos subscribe to our YouTube channel:
QUESTION: opener lights operate, unit clicks but does not operate, green light blinks 5 times. Will this part fix the problem. Would replacing the capacitor fix the problem? by Ronald L 9/16/2014
STAFF ANSWER: Call and go through the trouble shooting steps at Liftmaster Tech support 800-528-9131 by Matthew O a
QUESTION: Will this part number work as a replacement for the 41A4315-6C? by Mark W 5/27/2014
STAFF ANSWER: The 41a4315-6C and the 41A4315-6B are both replaced with the 41A4252-6 that is pictured in the ad by Matthew O a
QUESTION: What do I need to check on this model? My door does not want to close but the motor runs and the chain does not move. by None N 11/1/2013
ANSWER: If your door isn't moving, but the motor is, I would check to see if the gears or other drive pieces are stripped. The motor and the chain are normally physically connected, and so if one turns and the other doesn't, its a hardware problem, not necessarily something wrong with the circuit board. by M A a
ANSWER: will the opener open the door?<br />if not the drive gear needs to be replaced....<br />if the door will open but not close, it is most likely the sensor alignment or connection. by G S a
ANSWER: I what first check if the white plastic gearing is intact. it is normal to have some white plastic dust but not excessive white plastic dust. if the gears look overly worn there are gearkits available to replace them. by Steven W a
ANSWER: I suspect your motor is moving in the direction to open the door and not close it. this can happen if your sensor are not seeing each other and are thus behaving as if something is blocking the exit. Please align your sensors and check. by sanjay s a