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Wireless Doorbell CD Quality Door ChimeModel RC4300
No longer do you need a wired door chime or traditional doorbell with brass tubing to get amazing, rich sound. Our Battery Operated Door Chime from Dimango has CD quality sound while remaining completely wireless...
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.
Each push button should have jumpers in the back of them. By the description you say its the wireless but your text describes wires. If it is the wireless there should be jumpers, little black blocks that make an electrical connection, inside the push buttons and the receiver. Be sure you read the manual about which ones go where for your dual operation.
From User Guide:
Interference from a similar unit operating nearby:
a) simply remove the batteries from the push button and door chime units and rest for 10 seconds, this will erase memory
b) Insert the batteries into the push button and door chime units, the door chime unit will give 2-beeps to indicate that it is ready for the new registration code. Press the Push Button once, it will generate a new operation code randomly and send a wireless ignal to the door chime unit and it will sound to indicate that new operation code is registered and memorised.
(Note with this unit SX85R the door chime is mains powered, not battery powered, but above instructions are the same)