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Doorbell doesn't complete cycle

If you hold the button in it will complete the cycle, however if you release the button it stops. Any suggestion?

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Will on the door bell button you need a resistor jumper between the screws you can find one a raido shac but you will need to get on line with the maker on doorbell and find out what resistor you need

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What exactly is the cycle? If its a standard doorbell, thats right when you push in it makes contact copleting the circuit. Hence you Get a traditional Ding dong for front door and a ding for a second or rear door. if you release early it breaks the path of low voltage current and does not dong.
With that said is your door bell a custom doorbell, that could change things

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