Question about Desa International White Wireless Plug In Door Chime
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The electromagnet that causes the bell clapper to move when the circuit is closed by pushing the button is failing. Replace the bell unit.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
Take the back off the 'bell' and you will see two rows of gold colored pins running parallel to each other, eight pairs I think. Three of these pairs of pins will be covered by jumpers. Jumpers connect two pins together.
Pull any one of these jumpers off it's pins and move it to any other pair of pins.
Make note of which jumper (the pins are numbered) you moved and to which pins you moved it.
Now, take the cover off the 'button'. You will see an identical set of jumpers and pins to those in the 'bell'. Duplicate there, the change you made to the 'bells' jumpers.
Ghost rings solved!
Ok, ok, on the wild outside chance that the problem persists, just move another set of pins.
Remember, the jumper configuration in the 'bell' and 'button' ' must be identical.
Posted on Nov 09, 2009
This looks like the Heath Zenith SL6162/63
I have the pdf of install manual if you would like it. This wireless doorbell has over 128 codes that prevent outside interference. Here's part of the manual for changing the code:
Note: Most installations will not require you to change any of the jumpers
on your doorbell.
The doorbell button and chime communicate by using a code that can be
changed by removing and/or adding jumpers on both the doorbell button and
chime. The code is factory set; however, there are 128 selectable codes that
allow you to expand your system and prevent outside interference. Another
wireless doorbell system or other wireless products may cause interference
and the system may not function properly. Follow the instructions below for
setting a new code.
1. Disconnect the power to the doorbell button and chime.
2. Open the cases and locate the jumpers on both the doorbell button and
chime (See illustration).
Attach the back of the
case to the door jamb or
wall. Snap the front of the
button back on.
595-5611-06 - -
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Doorbell Button Battery Replacement
Install an alkaline type A23 12 Volt battery. The
positive terminal should be positioned as shown.
* Code Settings 1-7
Must Match Both
Doorbell Button and
3. The doorbell button and chime both have eight different jumper locations.
The jumper positions 1 through 7 are used for setting the code.
4. To change the code, add and/or remove jumpers as needed. There are 128
different combinations. It is recommended to only change one jumper at a
time and then check to see if system is functioning properly. Note: Jumpers
in positions 1 through 7 must be exactly the same for both the doorbell button
and chime for this system to function.
Posted on Jan 13, 2010
SOURCE: I have a desa
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.
Posted on Mar 09, 2011
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