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IF you are going all elec,you need a door bell,bell transformer and of course the push button. This is all low voltage so phone wire will work.You are just using 1 pair of wires so pick a pair such as the blue pair.Wire from push button to transformer to door bell.It is not polarity senstive....simple to do
Some door chimes of this type are designed with dual capability so that pressing the front door button produces the full Westminster chime and pressing the back door button produces a single chime. Your wiring may have gotten reversed inadvertently during the changeover
To fix the issue you need to remove the batterys from both the bell push and the bell unit for 10 mins, then replace the batterys and then push the bell push so it can switch channels and be different from the house down the road
Sandra, the contacts in bell push may need cleaning, as well as some minor readjustment of the contacts. Insects love to get into the bell push and can clogged it up. If you find that this doesn't solve the problem, Contact the Zenith Company 800-858-8501 to purchase a replacement.