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1 41A4208-2 Chain spreader w/screws for dual sprocket units only
1A 31D380 Sprocket cover 1993-current 
1B 31C290 Sprocket cover 1985-1992 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
2 41A3261-1 Dual gear and sprocket includes sprocket cover-dual sprocket units only
2A 41C4220A Gear and sprocket assembly all models except dual sprocket units  
3 41A2817 Drive/worm gear kit w/grease, roll pins (2) 
4 41B4245 Line cord 
5 41A2916 End panel - two light operators 
6 143D100 End panel - one light operators    
7 4A1344 Light socket     
8 108D34 Lens all other models   
8A 108D36 Lens 2000, 2100, 2200 & CG40
8A 108D36-2 Lens CG40D, CG42D
9 30B363 Capacitor 1/2 HP 
9 30B387 Capacitor 1/3 HP  
9 30B366 Capacitor 1/4 HP 
10 12A373 Capacitor bracket  
11 41A3150 Terminal block w/screws
12 41D3058 Universal replacement motor     
13 41A3666 Cover all models except 6200
13 41A3666-5 Cover 6200 1/2 HP Security+
14 41A2818 Limit switch drive & retainer
15 41D3452 Limit switch assembly 1986-current 
N/A 41D2731 Limit Switch Assembly (1984-1986) NO LONGER AVAILABLE
16 41C4398A RPM sensor assembly 1986-current 
N/A 41B2861 RPM sensor assembly 1984-1986    NO LONGER AVAILABLE
17 41C4246 Wire harness - 1993-current 
N/A 41C2726 Wire harness - 1984-1992  
18 41A2826 Shaft bearing kit    
19 41A2822A Interrupter cup - large 
19 41A2822 Interrupter cup - small 
20 41A4201-6D Receiver logic board assembly for 350, 550, & 5000 
20 41A4201-7D Receiver logic board assembly for 150, 240, 450, 1000, 2000, 4000, 4001, 700WHC & 701WHC 
20 41A4252-6D Receiver logic board assembly for 5100 & 7200    
20 41A4252-7D Receiver logic board assembly for 4100, 2100, 1100, 710WHC, & 711WHC
20 41A5021-G Receiver logic board assembly for 6200 & 7220 & PD600  
20 41A5021-1G Receiver logic board assembly for CG40, 4200, 2200, 1200, PD100 & PD200    
20 41A5021-1H-315 Receiver logic board assembly for CG40D, CG42D    
21 41A3712 End panel all other models   
22 41A3673 End panel for 150,350,550,5100,6200,7200 & 7220
   
   

 

A recent survey commissioned by The Chamberlain Group, Inc., the world’s largest manufacturer of garage door openers and accessories, reveals that nearly 45 percent of Americans have turned to the last possible “room” in the house to renovate – the garage.

Among the most popular uses for today’s garage include a gym/workout room; bedroom/living quarters; child’s playroom; home office, and party room.

The rest of America isn’t far behind either.   In fact, 18 percent of those polled said they would, or already have plans, to expand their existing garage.  And what are people willing to pay to renovate the “last frontier?”  Up to $5,000, according to 80 percent of survey respondents.  High-rollers, those willing to spend $25,000 or more, accounted for a scant 3.9 percent of those polled.

 “The average attached two-car garage is 400 square-feet of prime real estate ready for development.  It’s bigger than most rooms in the home and just begging for a little attention,” said Bill Keller, home improvement expert and contributing writer to Cut the Clutter and Stow the Stuff.  “The bottom line is: fixing up the garage is a lot cheaper than adding an addition.”

Keller predicts that this trend is truly in its infancy.   “It all comes down to acceptance and imagination.  As people become more comfortable with the idea that the garage is just another room in the house, these ‘extreme garages’ will eventually become the norm.” 
 

“I love to take any space and make it over, ” said Dawn Nichols, a homeowner whose three-car garage boasts a pool table, bar, TV, refrigerator, microwave and even central air and heat.   “Our garage is a real attention-getter and point of interest in our neighborhood – people just have to come over and see it.”

With garages housing more and more valuable items, Chamberlain reported that the interest in enhanced safety and security devices is also on the rise.

“There has been a continual demand for additional convenience features and higher-end accessories for the garage as well as superior safety and security provided by garage door openers,” said Sally Anderson, Chamberlain’s vice president, marketing communications.

According to the survey, 68 percent of respondents expressed that the most desired feature in a garage door opener is the function to automatically turn on the garage light, hands free, when entering the garage from inside the home.  Chamberlain’s Motion-Detecting Control Panel, which automatically turns on the garage door opener lights when entering a dark garage from inside the home, was introduced by Chamberlain in 2000, and has continued to gain popularity with consumers each year.

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