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I have a Patton C8538R Door Chime that I need a part for. The cover that covers the top of the chime and electronics. Can you find this for me??? Thank You Ron

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SOURCE: warning chime disconnect

You will have to disconnect the warning chime module, it is on the driver side under the dash, follow the sound, it is about the size of a pack of smokes, it is usually black in colour.

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SOURCE: Chime always "dings"

take fuse out

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SOURCE: Remote doorbell not chiming.

I would recommend replacing the battery in the remote button. There may be enough battery power to light the light, but it usually takes a bit more to transmit the signal to the main unit.

Posted on Apr 19, 2009

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SOURCE: "Headlights on" warning chime not sounding when I open car door.

I had the same problem as this...

When you open or close your door there is lever that sits just below the the door latch that is attached to the frame of your car by a single screw.

It is a black plastic L shaped bit of plastics that slides on its own guide. It has obviously started to malfunction over time.

To double check this:

Turn the car lights on
Open your door
Locate the black L shaped plastic level.
Wriggle it around sliding back and forth - if it starts to work when you are applying pressure onto it it looks like it has broken.

Go to your local wreckers and ask them for a replacement part (it cost me $2.00 AUD to get mine)

To take the part off all you need to do is push the level back as far as it will go and you will see a phillips heads screw holding it in place.

Undo the screw and detach the part (there will be a wire attached to the back of the metal guide)

Unplug the wire and throw the part into the bin.

Attach the wire to the back of the new part and screw the new one into place.

All should be working fine now.

Good Luck

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Pull the chime out.

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For the most of the wireless receivers, press the center of the brass tubes and lift those free to replace the 4 D cell batteries (2 behind each tube). A few models have a more obvious battery cover for a set of 4 AA cell batteries.

Many Carlon wireless chime manuals are available here: http://www.lamson-home.com/WirelessChimes.php . The direct link to the manual listed for the RC8800R is http://www.lamson-home.com/ProductSupport/WirelessChimes/RC3304_4300IM_3.06_v2.pdf .

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There are two components of the Desa door chime --- the ringer assembly and the door button. Inside each component is a set of eight pairs of pins and several square-ish plastic jumpers. To set a code, you must push jumpers onto the pair of pins for each of three different numbers. (You may find that you have more than three jumpers. If so, the others are spares which you can tell because they will only be covering one of the two pins in a pair.) Whatever three numbers you choose, the ringer and button must match exactly. 5-6-7 seems to be the default set-up as delivered from the factory. This is only a problem if anyone else in the neighborhood also has a Desa chime with this setting. If you use pin 8, the ring changes from a two-tone chime to a 16-note sequence.

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On the back of both of them there is a set of jumpers.

From left to right there are 6 available frequencies. You need to grab to jumpers to join 2 of the pins together (top and bottom pin). If you don't have a jumper just use a set of pliers and cross the 2 pins together (top and bottom pins) on a channel you wish to use. Repeat the process for the button press if you've just done the door chime. The 2 pins that you've joined together needs to be the same as you've just done for the door chime.

Note the red jumper on the button press, selects the type of door chime you want to hear. this is the 4 right hand side pins on the button press. The far right is a long chime and second in from the far right is a shorter chime.

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1997 F-150/250 Warning Chime, Key-In-Ignition The key-in-ignition chime warns that the key is still in the ignition when the driver's door is ajar. The key-in-ignition warning chime will sound when:
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