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Are we able to buy a new case for the 4 Batteries.,as all the springs are not working proberli

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Model No. JSJS-204 Doorbell draining batteries fast! About 4 months old. Now on 3rd set of batteries.

It might be your batteries. Are you using Lithium or regular batteries? Often the cheaper batteries will go down FAST!

Consider investing in a new doorbell, or buying a rechargeable battery pack so you're not continuing to replace the batteries but simply recharge them - usually overnight. Battery chargers can be expensive, so try to buy one that charges a varity of the kinds of batteries you use most often.

  • Other "fixes" with doorbells include checking to ensure the batteries are properly seated - ie. press the spring down and make sure the batteries aren't grounding out on another part of the case.
  • Is the temperature in your area cold? Cold will sap a battery FAST - and that's everything from car batteries to flashlight, doorbell, anything that depends on any size of battery.
  • Do you have kids who play with the doorbell? Frequent use will kill the batteries.
  • Do you have a battery level checker to make sure the "fresh" batteries you're putting in are really fresh? Here's a $7.95 battery checker from Amazon. Many packages of batteries also come with checker built into the cardboard container (free!) as well.

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Feb 05, 2018 | Home Security

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Remote won't work

1) replace the batteries by new one alkalines
2) clean the contacts batteries very wells
3) retight the springs contacts with pliers, for better contacts.
4) try again, reset the code.
5) open the remote control and clean the keypads with contacts cleaner for diryt, dust, and oxide.
6) resolder all points from board rremote
7) if this not work, you must go to the repair shop TV for fix it.
8) the SYSCOM can be defective. remember they send I.R emission.
God bless you

Aug 30, 2012 | Clarion New Original ARX5470 Remote...

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Remote on audio and needs to be on tv

1) Chanage the batteries by new one, and clean very well contact with special spray contacts.
2) Retight the spring contact with pliers for better contacts.
3) Resolder the wires contacts batteries.
4) Clean the keypads with special spray contact.
5) Otherwise you must go to the repair shop. or buy a new ones.

God bless you

May 14, 2012 | Mitsubishi WD-60737 60 in. HDTV

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Home living 4 in 1 remote control cant get to work

1) Change by new batteries alkaline
2) Clean the contacts batteries with special spray contact very well.
3) Retight the springs contact batteries very well.
4) Resolder the wires contact batteries.
5) Put the code again, and try it. If doesnot work go to the repair shop
God bless you

May 11, 2012 | Televison & Video

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No power

Sounds like the contact points may be corroded or it could be just one contact where the battery ends actually touch a spring and there should also be another metal conact point if either of these are rusted they may just need cleaning or worst case replaced, doesn't matter what brand name you use they all can leak acid, when buying batteries make sure when you choose your batteries that both ends look solid and there is NO moisture of any kind. Hope this helps.

May 21, 2009 | Vivitar 283 Flash

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Bracket and spring location to reassemble mouse

just buy new mouse, usb or wireless
for $8
or just use it.
2 choices.
10000s of mouse designs there are, good luck finding that level of information.

Nov 13, 2017 | HP Wireless Optical Mouse

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Programme dial

that is your only solution but u might find u can buy a second hand machine that works for u to get parts off this will proberly be cheaper than buying a timer thats what id do u get more for your money m8

Aug 14, 2007 | Candy AQ130 Front Load Washer

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No Remote

The remote have to work with new batteries. You can check the board where the components are mounted and resoled any that look bad. In your case it could caused by a leaky diodes or a bad solder. All can be replaced at a local electronic or hardware store and they're easy to replace Possible batteries problems: 1 batteries are not making contact properly inside the remote. Test by cleaning connections of the batteries and the remote. 2 battery charger is bad and isn't actually charging the battery. Test by charging on another charger if possible. 3 batteries are bad and are not actually recharging. test by using other batteries if possible. 4 other, unknown, internal remote problem. buy a new one.

Dec 28, 2005 | RCA RS2044 Shelf System

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