Genie Garage Door Sensors

Genie Safe-T-Beam Replacement Kit-GSTB-R

Rated 4.8 out of 5 by by Frather Amazingly easy to install...just requires a screwdriver and 10 minutes! I am not handy whatsoever but the installation of these sensors was even easier than previous reviewers wrote. Believe it! April 3, 2016

Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MMP Quick and easy change out Easy to swap, works immediately, change out was quick and complete January 29, 2016

Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Kmeister easy fix to a nagging problem I have a 20 year old overhead door operator that would not allow the door go down. My sensors appeared to be out of alignment because the red light kept blinking. After an hour of frustration to fix the issue with out any success i decided to replace the sensors. It took me longer to drive to the store that it did to replace them. December 19, 2015

Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Verified Reviewer Genie garage door infared senors I purchased these to replace a set (20 years old) that failed after I got them wet cleaning my garage. The were easy to install and appear to be a better unit than the old ones. The door instantly started working correctly after I installed these. December 15, 2015

Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by BigalSC Good Product Easy to install. Works well with existing garage door opener. Had to make some spacers for the brackets so beam would not be blocked by door rails. December 30, 2015

Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by honeyjoon working great It is working great so far and hopefully will last December 15, 2015

Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by jankdc Works great with an old Genie. Easy to install. Does not come with wire, but you can reuse the old wire. I have an old screw drive opener from the 90's and this worked just fine. I had the old square sensors and this was a fine replacement. Couple of tips: It doesn't come with wire, but for most people reusing the old wire works just fine. The new brackets lined up perfectly with the old brackets. I just reused the old screws and I didn't need to fiddle with it. They lined up perfectly. It was an easy install and should be within reach of anyone. Tools that you will need: screwdriver. Tools that you may need: ladder to unplug the motor (you can also flip the breaker off), wire cutter (any cheap ones will do), wire stripper (you can use a knife in a pinch-careful not to cut the wire), pencil (to mark pilot holes), drill and small bit. October 31, 2015

Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by HomeOwner Replacement Kit works Great! Old unit having trouble closing in the sun light, replaced with new units and works great. October 3, 2015

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