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Door button works intermittently

The door button works intermittently and is position sensitive.  Works horizontal but not vertical. Seems to have a short.  Where can I get a new one.
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  • palmer_rowe Jan 08, 2009

    I have two of the same model wireless chimes which are not new.  Single button at the door activates both when it works.  Thought the battery was dead.  Changed battery.  Works when I hold the button in my hand and maybe once when I snap it onto the wall.  Found that while holding it the button will not work in the vertical position.  If I hold the button down and rotate to horizontal, it works.  Cannot mount it horizontal at my front door.  Need a fix or a new button.

  • Anonymous Apr 10, 2009

    Same problem.

  • dragon_rag27
    dragon_rag27 May 11, 2010

    do you mean a new doorbell?


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