Chamberlain 953CB / 953C Multi-Function 3-Button Garage Door Opener Remote

Chamberlain 953CB / 953C Multi-Function 3-Button Garage Door Opener Remote

Item# 953CB
This Item Ships Free
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
Chamberlain 953CB / 953C Multi-Function 3-Button Garage Door Opener Remote Instruction Manual
Download PDF Manual

Product Description

Extremely secure and easy to program, the Chamberlain 953CB multi-function, three-button garage door opener remote is the ideal way to control entry and exit points in your home. This versatile and affordable remote is designed to work with Chamberlain garage door openers set to a 390 MHz frequency; it also works with other manufacturers' models, such as the Liftmaster/Chamberlain 525LM receiver and the same company's 635LM plug-in receiver.

Because it's designed to work on such a specific frequency, the Chamberlain 953CB is compatible with garage door openers that feature an orange "Learn" button. It can replace or be used in conjunction with original remote controls with gray or tan buttons. Additionally, if your Chamberlain garage door opener was manufactured before June 1, 2005, the Chamberlain 953CB remote will work for you.

This three-button remote control can operate up to three garage doors or security gates. It can also turn on or turn off your garage lights, as well as operate small appliances and lights inside your home. With innovative Security+ rolling code technology, the 953CB sends a brand-new code to your unit each time it is used, providing you with the highest level of protection available. This model comes with a long-lasting, 5-year, 3-volt battery for added convenience.

The Chamberlain 953CB multi-function, three-button garage door opener can serve as a replacement for a lost or broken remote. It can also be used by another member of your household without compromising security at your gate or garage.

Choose the Chamberlain 953CB remote garage door opener if:
  • The motorhead on your garage door opener has an orange "Learn" button
  • Your original remote features gray or tan buttons
  • You have a Chamberlain garage door opener that was made before June 1, 2005

Related Products

Comments / Questions

COMMENT: Needed replacement by Mark B 1/14/2015
COMMENT: The price was great! by Ronald N 1/7/2015
QUESTION: The big button opens the garage door what do the other 2 buttons do ?<br /><br />Here lately when I push the big button it does not want to open or close the door. I tried re programming still same problem. Then some time it works. The sensors are lined up properly. The door control on the wall works all the time. by Darrell H 8/26/2014
ANSWER: The best case senerio is it needs a new battery. Worst case is that the button has been mashed so often that the switch has worn out. Check the battery out first. The other two buttons can be used other items on and off at the home by purchasing additional wireless switches from the manufacturer. You then can turn interior/exterior lights on ad off. I hope this helps! bretru. by Bret R a
ANSWER: 9 years? Seriously, have you checked all the contacts for corrosion, and to make sure they aren't getting flattened from overuse? And after 9 years, the buttons which are mechanical, after all could just start to wear. Maybe you need a new remote. by Kurt B a
ANSWER: All the buttons open garage doors. If it works sometimes and not other times, it is either weak battery, or you have too many garage openers programmed. Just change the battery and reprogram and it will work fine. by Saiid Z a
REPLY: After taking the battery out the 2nd opener the other one now works correct. Funny I used two of them for the last 9 years & they always both worked but now I can only use one of them. by Darrell H r
REPLY: Will let you know if the one keeps working the next couple of days. Thanks for trying I guess one working is better than none. by Darrell H r
REPLY: My experience has been that when I reprogram one garage door remote like when I change the battery, I have to reprogram them ALL. I was told this is true on most rolling code garage door openers. A real pain when you have multiple remotes and 2 or 3 openers..... by Saiid Z r
ANSWER: Hello Darrell: You are asking two questions here, and I will answer them one at a time.<br /><br />First, when operating and programmed properly, the big button should open the garage door for the car you've assigned that opener to, and the middle button should open the other garage door assuming you have two. I seem to recall that the third button will turn the garage light on and off, but mine isn't functioning.<br /><br />Second, have you tried replacing the batteries? If so, make sure the battery contacts and the switch contacts are clean, and not flattened from overuse. by Kurt B a
REPLY: I just put a new battery in & still have the problem. Today it worked twice in a row & now it does not work again. What next? by Darrell H r
REPLY: Seems like if you wait the 4 1/2 min for the light to go off then it works but it does not work when the light is on. The door opens when you pull in the drive but once in the garage it will not work again until the light goes off. It has been doing this for a week & I have tried everything including new battery. But the switch on the garage wall works all the time. Just trouble with the remotes and I have 2 of them & have the same problem with both. by Darrell H r
QUESTION: Hi: we want to replace this 953CB Remote with the 895 Max. Is it compatible?<br /><br />Awaiting your response. Thank you for your help. by None N 6/4/2014
STAFF ANSWER: Yes it will work with the Three button Model 953CB. Any of the MAX series remotes work on chamberlain garage door openers that have "learn program buttons on the speaker" by Matthew O a
QUESTION: My two remotes don't open or close the door. The keyless entry works,the button inside the garage works. I also programmed two cars using the the remote .Now everything works but the remotes.? by Paul M 9/28/2013
ANSWER: Suggestion: 1 by S T a
STAFF ANSWER: Reset the system memory by holding the colored learn button on the machine for two minutes. by Matthew O a
REPLY: The remote still won't program,However I had to reprogram the two cars and the keyless clicker by Paul M r
QUESTION: We just bought a used home with a 2004 Chamberlain opener. There is only one opener, so we bought a second one. How do we match the code signal of the new unit to the old unit? by Tom K 5/30/2013
ANSWER: hi,<br /><br />there should be a sheet with instructions inside the package. They walk you through how to set your new remote to your garage door. I can't remember exactly, but it involves 1. pressing a button on the garage door assembly itself I needed a ladder to reach mine then the garage door lights will flash for a period of time during which you need to set your new remote. 2. You then go to the garage door switch probably mounted just inside your garage door, press and hold it while at the same time press and hold the button on your new remote. It is something very similar to this. Please take a look at the instructions on the sheet provided. If there isn't any instructions, just google it. I'm sure the instruction sheet is available online.<br /><br />Good luck,<br />Ed by E D a