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Assuming where you plugged in the door bell receiver is a good outlet that is not on a switch. The push button is the transmitter and the battery is hard to tell if it is properly installed. Check the polarity -/+ is correct. Plug the receiver into a outlet that has 110vac at all times. If not sure plug a lamp into it and see that the lamp can be turned on. Take the push button and hold it around 1 foot from the plugged in unit. If it works with the 5-6-7 code you the unit is good. If the push button (transmitter) did not work at the door you could have a distance problem or some other interference. You may have to walk around with the push button and find where it does not communicate with the receiver. Relocate the receiver until both units talk to each other.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
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