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Do an Amazon search of "SadoTech Wireless Doorbell" which shows all the combinations available with this door bell. Model CXR has 2 receivers and one button for $39.99. Model CX has 1 receiver and 2 buttons for $35.99.
Aug 31, 2014 by Michael Green
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work in cold weather? Apr 25, 2014
I live in upstate new york,acually on the canadien border.Needless to say,we have extreme winter weather.My doorbell is unprotected from the elements and it has worked beautifully.
Apr 26, 2014 by Bridget Janisewski
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The transmitter requires a single A23 type battery http://goo.gl/Asd79D
Apr 8, 2014 by WLBuyer
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We are working on introducing two more new colors for this doorbell. What colors would people like to choose from? Be good to get a response from the community on colors they would likely purchase.
Mar 13, 2014 by WLBuyer
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There are two buttons on the side of the doorbell. Just press these buttons to cycle through the ringtones.
May 12, 2014 by WLBuyer
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I got these instructions from SadoTech directly. I have suggested to SadoTech that these notes be included with the door chime. They also have a video guide that they can send you. However, removal of the circuit board is not demonstrated clearly. Note: You will need a teeny tiny screwdriver, like for eyeglass repairs, for the screws on the circuit board. 1) Upon removing the button cover you will see the circuit board and two small screws holding it in place. 2) Remove these two screws by unscrewing it from the circuit board. 3) Then wiggle the circuit board out of the button case. 4) You will see the back of the button with bare plastic and hole guides for the new screws you will use. 5) To use the supplied screws, drill a starter hole into plastic case and into your desired location. 6) Then screw in tightly the button case to your location 7) After this, then place the circuit board back in and screw it back on. 8) Apply the button cover and you should now be good to go!
Jul 19, 2014 by rosie the riveter
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it's been in for over a year now.
Jul 20, 2014 by Michael Kanter
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I have the button on my front door at one end of my house and the bell upstairs at the other end of the house and it works just fine. I have never had any problems.
Apr 29, 2014 by Melinda Kiliszewski
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The doorbell is made of plastic and is meant to be placed in a covered area where it is not exposed to rain, water or snow. There are two pieces that unsnap and snap together when the battery needs replacing, so there are non sealed areas that if exposed to liquids could damage the internal components.
Jul 2, 2014 by Joey S
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