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How do you get the brass cover off the door bell button to check the contacts and battery

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The cover for checking the batteries should be located on the back side of the push button case. You should be able to remove it by sliding it open (can be difficult) like cell phone battery covers.

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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.

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Have you changed the battery in the outside push button switch? If not, I suspect that may be the problem. Also, the contacts may be dirty from the weather of insects that can work their way into it.
Remove the cover, change the battery if necessary and clean off the contacts.
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The electromagnet that causes the bell clapper to move when the circuit is closed by pushing the button is failing. Replace the bell unit.

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