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

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

Additional Details about: The 953CB was discontinued, an 893MAX will be sent in its place.
Item# 953CB
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Chamberlain 953CB / 953C Multi-Function 3-Button Garage Door Opener Remote Instruction Manual
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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

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Comments / Questions

COMMENT: Mine is not working even after a new battery. by Sue D 11/26/2015
COMMENT: The old one was 18 yrs old and quit working! by Ted b 11/9/2015
QUESTION: I have model 973CB, so my question is if I will be able to set it up with the garage opener even though they are different models numbers? by Vic M 9/17/2015
STAFF ANSWER: Yes it will work just fine for you ! by Matthew O a
ANSWER: For me it worked by Ahmed a a
QUESTION: My Liftmaster Security opener says it was manufactured in 4/11. Can I use it with my Liftmaster garage door opener? I seem to be having problems with it. I close the door and after 10 minutes or so, the garage door opens by itself w/o me doing anything. I'm concerned it'll open while I'm gone - a real security issue. Do I need to reprogram it? Please advise. Thanks. by Nancy S 9/16/2015
ANSWER: Not sure why it happened like that after 10 mins. If it was bouncing back right away means the travel need to be adjusted following factory installation instruction. If I were you, I would like to clean up the remote control to avoid any sticky button, then adjust the travel to see anything changed. Giood luck. by Jian L a
STAFF ANSWER: I would try reprogramming the remote first. If still having a problem please give us a call. by Matthew O a
QUESTION: Does the range of these remotes deteriorate over a period of<br />years ? by Fremont R 8/24/2015
ANSWER: no by wendy w a
ANSWER: Range seems most affected by battery strength than the age of the remote. I hope this helps.<br />Bret by Bret R a
ANSWER: It is all dependent on the battery, if battery is weak then range wil not be as good. by Patricia D a
QUESTION: I have a Chamberlain part no 41AC050-1, IC: 2666A, 102 1499A Date 04/07.<br />Can I use this remote?<br />Thanks,<br />Dave by Dave L 7/13/2015
ANSWER: If you pry it apart to look inside and it does not have a series of 4 or more switches that can be moved up and down to set the code it may work. While here it is a good idea to check or replace the battery. If it has these switches don't bother as it probably won't work. If it doesn't have these switches then try to mate it to your opener as described in the instructions for your opener.<br />Good luck! by Bret R a
ANSWER: Yes, it should work. by Patricia D a
STAFF ANSWER: yes you can. by Matthew O a