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Genie Safety Beam Photo Eye Sensors Kit

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  • Genie 35048R Infrared Eye Replacement Kit
  • Compatible with Genie operators with existing Safety Beams
  • Kit includes both Infrared eyes, brackets and hardware
  • Original Genie product
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Product Description

Compatible with Genie machines with existing Safety Beams. Easy do-it-yourself installation NOTE: This item will replace or repair your Genie Safe-T-Beam System. The safety sensor kit listed here is the only one in production at this time. All other models have been discontinued. THIS SAFETY SENSOR KIT IS BACKWARD COMPATIBLE WITH ALL GENIE OPENERS MANUFACTURED ON OR AFTER 1995. THIS SAFETY SENSOR KIT IS NOT COMPATIBLE WITH GARAGE DOOR OPENERS MANUFACTURED BEFORE 1995 (THOSE USED 3-PIN CONNECTORS AT THE OPERATOR HEAD).

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Item Weight1.4 pounds
Product Dimensions6 x 5.4 x 1.8 inches
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB0006UGQVG
Best Sellers Rank #13,418 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableApril 22, 2004
  
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35 of 38 people found the following review helpful By M. Pickering VINE VOICE on July 30, 2008
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During a recent electrical storm, a close lightning strike took out a few electronic devices in and around our home. One thing I noticed was that my Genie garage door opener was no longer functioning. The light would come on but the door would not go up or down. I checked the little LED lights, located on the Safe-T-Beam sensors by the garage door, and noticed that the red LED was blinking in a reoccurring pattern. I went to the Genie website and checked their support page. I was delighted to find a useful troubleshooting guide, which utilizes the LED lights on the Safe-T-Beam sensors to diagnose potential problems with your Genie garage door opener. This handy troubleshooting guide can be found here:
[...]

The guide helped me determine that my opener motor and electronics were OK but one or both of my Safe-T-Beam sensors were bad and needed to be replaced. I almost purchased the replacement kit from the Genie website but decided to check Amazon.com first. I'm glad I did, as I found the exact same kit at a much lower price.

The Genie 34094R Garage Door Opener Replacement Safe-T-Beam Kit is the same as the previous 35048R kit, and is the perfect replacement for every Genie garage door opener that utilizes the Safe-T-Beam sensors (all models manufactured from 1995 to current). This easy to install replacement kit includes the following items:

- Both Infrared eyes/sensors (one with Red LED and one with Green LED)
- Two Safe-T-Beam sensor mounting brackets
- Bell wire for connecting sensors to opener unit (approx. 100 ft. of wire included)
- Mounting hardware (screws, washers & nuts) for brackets and sensors
- Installation instructions

I did not need to replace the wire, as my previous wires were still in great shape.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Dana Stetson on September 24, 2011
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The product description is inaccurate (ONLY the sensors are included).

My system was about 14yrs old and used a different style sensor that uses a totally different mounting system for the newer sensors.

The good news the old and new sensors are compatible. I only bothered swapping out the defective sensor.

I was able to craft a mount that would not be easy for most to do.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By L. D. Estrada-Salazar on February 15, 2010
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When we bought our house the garage door would open but it wouldn't close unless I held the wall button until the garage door hit the floor. After doing some research online I found out that this problem was associated with the beam sensors and sure enough, when I checked them, no light was shown on either one; so I bought this beam-sensors-kit on Amazon.

The kit comes with plenty of cable included; my old cable looked in good condition but I just decided to replace the whole thing (and still had left over). It took me less than 30 minutes to install the sensors and cables. The provided instructions are more than enough for you to know how it works and how to install. When placing the brackets I just used the holes in the wall from the previous brackets (had to use the brackets that came with the kit because they were different from the previous ones I had). I went with the option to wire the green sensor to the red sensor and then from red to head unit because that is how it was before I replaced the old ones; so I ended up with two sets of cables in the red sensor, one running to the green sensor and the other to the head unit. Worked right after everything was connected and power was back on.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Richard La Barca on March 27, 2014
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I purchased this Genie Safety Beam Photo Eye Sensors Kit from 365GarageDoorParts. I did receive a genuine Genie boxed product albeit without the bell wire as listed in the kit's product description. 365GarageDoorParts did respond quickly to email and did ship only enough wire for one sensor. I was able to use enough old wire for other sensor. I did use the best of the old wire but I really wanted all new wire since I saw my old wires were actually corroded causing my original sensors to falter and (as a safety feature) open my garage door inadvertently. I thought I would replace both sensors and wire to have a more secure feeling but, I could have just purchased new wire (for less) and connected/soldered to old sensors with more confident results.

FYI: If your garage door is not operating (opening/closing) but you hear the "click" of the motor, you may only need the motor starting capacitor. If your garage door will 'attempt' to close but then opens or will only open, you may just need to adjust (line up) your sensors. If you cannot get your sensors adjusting light to remain (on) steady, you may have faulty sensors or just a loose/faulty (wire) connection to your sensors which will act the same as if your sensors are not lined up properly...Really, there isn't a lot to the construction (build) of a garage door opener where a simple fix may correct your problem. A garage door opener should easily last 20+ years.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jim on May 31, 2013
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I will start with the fact that I just got home after a work week so I'm a tad cranky, which is why the circumstance bothers me even more already. The sensors arrived and the packaging appears to be the original packaging, but it's incomplete compared with what is advertised. There is no "bell wire" in the package, so if I need to replace the wire to resolve the problem, then I will be highly upset. If I can just swap out the old sensors with these new sensors and it works properly then I will be fine, even though as a whole I still feel that I have been short changed. To be continued.

OK, I still feel shortchanged, but I did not need to replace the wiring. The sensors did the trick and the new brackets fit right over the old holes so it was a simple matter of swapping out the sensors and brackets. I rejoiced when the problem was fixed after swapping out the green sensor, even with the older model red sensor still untouched. I then swapped out the red sensor and now the system with new model sensors is complete. I am one happy camper and at 1/4 lower price than if I had picked up the kit at the local big box hardware store. A Happy Ending.
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