If the door sensors do not indicate that they are happy, it's expected that the door does not want to move. Did you replace the sensor wiring when you replaced the sensors? If not, suspect the wiring on the unhappy side. Presumably it's the receiver (the light source will show green if it's powered, the receiver will only show green if it "sees" the light source, indicating that the path is clear.) Check that the aiming of the sensors looks good and the lenses are not dirty or covered with some sort of protective plastic for shipping (since they are new.)
If the wiring all checks out as OK and the sensor still won't sense, it's time to suspect the control board in the opener. While replacements are usually available (and it's enlightening just how many "different brands" are actually all from the same company when you look for replacement parts) it's something of a gamble - I've done one, and it worked, but I was essentially betting about half the price of a new opener (with warranty) on a new board (no warranty) - in that case I had a pretty strong suspicion that it was lightning-strike damage, but it was a gamble.
I would certainly compare replacement parts and the terms they are sold under with replacing the whole thing.