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- ItemWireless Door Chime
- TypeDoorbell Button
- MountingDoor, Electrical Outlet
- Sound Rating85dB
- IncludesLithium Battery, Transmitter and Chime
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1. Remove Chime Button from back cover by
inserting ballpoint pen into round hole at bottom
of Button and gently pushing in on tab. Lift Chime
Button cover away from the back plate.
2. Remove old batteries by placing a small
screwdriver or ballpoint pen in the slot directly
beneath the batteries. Lift the top battery out of
the battery compartment. Repeat with second
battery. (Do not hit Chime Button to remove
batteries - this could damage the Button.)
Dispose of used batteries promptly. Keep away
from children. Do not disassemble and do not
dispose of in fire.
3. Replace old batteries with new batteries, positive
(+) side up.
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