Chamberlain 956D Mini Multi-Function 3-Button Remote Control Garage Door Opener

Chamberlain 956D Mini Multi-Function 3-Button Remote Control Garage Door Opener



This item is discontinued.
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Liftmaster 890MAX Mini Key Chain Remote Control Garage Door Opener
Liftmaster 890MAX Mini Key Chain Remote Control Garage Door Opener
$28.43
Chamberlain 956D Mini Multi-Function 3-Button Remote Control Garage Door Opener Instruction Manual
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Product Description

When you're always on the go, the Chamberlain 956D mini multi-function remote control is a welcome addition to your keychain. No more worrying about your garage door opener falling from your visor or losing it while trading vehicles; you'll always have it handy when it's attached to your keys. This small, slim and incredibly versatile three-button remote features Security+ rolling code technology that sends a new code to your unit each time it's used; that gives you the highest level of protection available. The 956D comes with a 5-year, 3-volt battery that's designed to last. However, it can be replaced with a CR2032 3-volt lithium battery when necessary.

Because the Chamberlain 956D is designed to work with garage doors that have a purple "Learn" button on the motorhead. These garage doors operate on a frequency of 315 MHz, so they're compatible with various brands and models. This is the same model as the Liftmaster 37 OLM, which is a black keychain-sized garage door opener. You can use the Chamberlain 956D to replace or complement a garage door opener with black buttons, and it's designed to work with Chamberlain garage door openers that were manufactured after June 1, 2005.

This miniature multi-function 3-button remote control can operate up to three garage doors or gates, or a combination of the two. It can also turn garage door opener lights on and off and be used to activate lights and small appliances inside your home.

The Chamberlain 956D mini multi-function remote control is right for you if:
  • Your garage door opener was made after June 1, 2005
  • Your garage door opener is a "D" model
  • Your original remote control has black buttons
  • The motorhead on your garage door opener has a purple "Learn" button or operates on the 315 MHz frequency

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Comments / Questions

COMMENT: matches my opener by Elaine M 9/14/2014
COMMENT: Need replacement. by Thong L 3/29/2014
QUESTION: Will this remote work with a craftsman red smart button? by None N 1/4/2014
STAFF ANSWER: No, Please order the Liftmaster 890MAX by Matthew O a
QUESTION: What is the difference between this item and the Liftmaster 370LM You sell this one for $24, and the 370LM for $35.<br /><br />Thanks! by Dan F 9/12/2013
ANSWER: They work with the chamberlain and are exactly the same except they are black and say liftmaster instead of chamberlain. They worked out great. Since this was over a year ago, I will have to go home to look at the actual model number because I am not sure which model the 370LM is referring to. If you attach a pic I can tell you which one it is. by A L a
ANSWER: Hi Dan,<br /><br />I had the blue opener which is pictured packaged with my opener. I wanted an additional one to match. I ended up ordering one that looked nothing like the blue one its a programmable LM and compatible with chamberlain but I wanted two openers exactly the same, so I ordered two black ones.<br /><br />cont. by A L a
STAFF ANSWER: The cheaper one is going to be swapped with an 890MAX newer style remote. The more expensive one is the real deal. by Matthew O a
QUESTION: I have a 956D remote and need a new battery. I would like to know the what battery to get Thank You by NELSON N 6/19/2013
STAFF ANSWER: You need battery2032<br /><br /><a href="http://www.northshorecommercialdoor.com/gadooprecr3v1.html" target="_blank">http://www.northshorecommercialdoor.com/gadooprecr3v1.html</a> by Matthew O a
QUESTION: what frequency does this remote have? by None N 3/26/2013
ANSWER: 315 MHz. I bought a pile of these, and they all work quite well.<br />There is an interesting article about the various frequencies used by Chamberlain out there on the internet if you Google. Apparently everything they've made since 2005 has been 315 MHz. by B I a