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GE Wireless Door Chime, White 19208

by GE
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Price: $28.00 + $4.77 shipping
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  • Up to 150-Feet range
  • Requires three C batteries
  • Easy to install - ready to use
  • Seven chime sounds include Westminister, Foghorn, Cuckoo Clock, Gong, Door Bell, Bell and Knock
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Product Description

Product Description

The GE Wireless Door Chime adds or replaces a door bell in minutes. Battery powered push button and chime have seven unique sounds to choose from. 16 changeable codes prevent interference from other devices.

From the Manufacturer

The GE Wireless Door Chime adds or replaces a door bell in minutes. Battery powered push button and chime have seven unique sounds to choose from. 16 changeable codes prevent interference from other devices.
Instructions to Change Chime Settings:
Chime Settings:

The Wireless chime have more than one push button.The Chime tune for each push button is set with dip switches 1 – 3.

Single Push Button Kit: If you purchased a kit with a single push button, the chime tune will be set to Ding Dong from the factory.

Dual Push Button Kit: If you purchased a kit with two push button, one push button will be set to Ding dong and the other push button will be set to westminster from the factory.

The following instructions explains how to change the tune on any wireless push button.

  • Remove the battery from the push button transmitter.
  • Locate the 3 dip switches
  • Select the desired chime sound from the table below.

Product Information

Technical Details

Chime Sound table Position

1 2 3

Westminster

ON OFF OFF

Door Bell

OFF ON OFF

Knock

OFF OFF ON

Bell

ON ON OFF

Cuckoo Clock

ON OFF ON

Fog Horn

OFF ON ON

Gong

ON ON ON
Part Number 19208
Item Weight8.8 ounces
Product Dimensions8.3 x 6 x 2.2 inches
Item model number19208
ColorWhite
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Required?Yes
Warranty Description1 Year limited
  
Additional Information
ASINB0018QECI6
Best Sellers Rank #51,848 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableDecember 31, 2003
  
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Customer Reviews

The doorbell button gets stuck.
99labor
If this thing still doesn't work after I replace that battery, then this unit would have just lasted me a total of 4 months of use.
A.C. WHITE
Good receiving distance and easy installation.
S. Holton

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By M. Cassidy on March 19, 2009
I've had this door bell now for a good year and i can't say how much i love it. When i first purchased it i was a little sceptical on how it would work being that it was such a bargain but I can't say enough good things about it. I change the tone every once in a while to switch things up. When the batteries die it has a backup. Is loud enough for me to hear it no matter where i am in my 2 floor hourse. This has never given me any problems and i will be purchasing another one for my rental unit. it beats running wires.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A.C. WHITE on October 20, 2010
After about a month of use, the button kept getting stuck, which is extremely annoying because the bell just continues to ring until you unstick the button -- I had to use a kitchen knife to pry it out. Luckily I had the second button so I easily switched that out. Then after about 3 months of use, the unit just stopped working completely. I bought new (C) batteries for the chime but that didn't fix the problem. Now I am stuck finding a battery for the button (an A23 12V battery, a small battery that I couldn't find at the grocery store.) If this thing still doesn't work after I replace that battery, then this unit would have just lasted me a total of 4 months of use. I live in L.A. so it's not like this thing was subjected to any adverse weather. I hereby booooo this product and recommend you find something more reliable.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Cari E. Brown on April 29, 2010
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At first I was satisfied with this doorbell, but whenever a deliveryman would come drop something off at my apartment he would push the button in hard and it would get stuck. I would then come home to find that the doorbell had been going off for hours, terrorizing my cat, and likely annoying my neighbors. The first few times I was able to fix it by pushing the button in and downwards. Finally I came home to find the doorbell completely stuck, and I have been unable to fix it. If you buy it, I'd recommend putting a sign over it that reads "push gently, and straight back."
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By kismet1113 on May 30, 2014
Purchased one of these from a popular big box store and in the first month it quit working. I'm an electronics technician by trade, so I took the unit apart and the solder pad on the positive voltage battery post in the push button control unit had peeled up from the circuit board and was no longer making contact. I returned it to the store and showed them the issue and got a 2nd unit. The 2nd unit had an entirely different date code and I installed it back in place. Within 6 months the 2nd unit also failed, for the exact same issue. These are poorly made circuit boards and it looks like the assemblers soldering them are probably not IPC certified and are overheating the pads and damaging them, causing them to pull up later and not work. I threw the 2nd unit in the trash and went with a different brand. Funny thing is, just today at work a woman brought me in hers to look at because it quit working and it had the exact same problem as my 2...so there is definitely a quality issue with the circuit board assembly of these. It was the 3rd failed unit that prompted me to leave a negative review!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Shelley on October 6, 2011
Only worked about a month and the button stopped working.I didn't know what was wrong so I spent money on batteries for both the button and the chimes (about $9.00 for batteries-which I can't use for anything else because of the size). I could have,should have, put the money towards a new doorbell! I took the button apart only after I put in the batteries for the chimes, my mistake. Cause, if I had not opened them, I could have taken them back! I put batteries in both the button and the chimes but it still does not work unless I open it up and push it from the inside and it works, hang it back up, and push it from the correct side and it doesn't work!It is useless. Much to my chagrin, I could not find a replacement button for these chimes
( unbelievable-I don't think they make one)! So, save YOUR MONEY! I'm out the cost of the doorbell, all the batteries and now have to lay out money for another bell!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By 99labor on August 25, 2010
Same experience as other reviewers. The doorbell button gets stuck. It's a nightmare of a doorbell. Someone rings it during the day, while you're at work, you come home to find the doorbell has been ringing incessantly for hours. Or someone rings it while you're at home, the button gets stuck, and you spend the first couple minutes greeting your guests by frantically trying to unstick the button and shouting over the din of the doorbell, while your guests profusely apologize for "breaking your doorbell." Basically, don't buy this doorbell if you expect anyone to actually be ringing your doorbell. You'll wish they hadn't.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 5, 2012
Had this doorbell about a year. It started working intermittently, so I changed the odd, hard to find little battery in the outdoor button unit. The metal tab that makes contact to the positive battery terminal was barely making contact, so I had to bend it in a little to get a tight fit.
No improvement in operation, so I changed the three C batteries in the bell unit. No change in operation. It rings maybe once out of five times the button is pushed.

The whole product is very cheaply made; the outside button unit is in no way sealed against moisture, its just a snap together plastic box. The circuit board is not potted or sealed in any way, so essentially its just open to the elements.

Save your money and get something else.
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