I have one of those wireless door bells, don’t know why because no one ever comes to my house.
But all night long the bell goes ding dong, we are so used to it now, that we just ignore it.
So if anyone was to come to our house, we would never answer the door.
I have been told that its people locking and un-locking their cars that set my bell off, the bell must be on the same frequency.
Apparently you can change the frequency of these door bells but I have no idea how
I really should try and find the instructions, before it drives me insane 🙂
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Cherrypie i will try that when i get home from Cambridge 🙂
Sally there is a little switch inside the doorbell pushbutton. You can just slide it along to choose a different setting!
That would put me on edge so much I think I’d have to take it out!!
I had one of those and had to replace it as my dogs kept going mad everytime it rang, and never got used to the idea that there was no-one there.
Talk about crying wolf.
We had one of those, used to puta battery in it – entirely wireless.
Take the battery out or unplug it at night?
Isn’t it amazing what we put up with in these situations. When we got our garage door opener we found it going up and down at all hours because it coincided with a neighbour’s house. We did change it thankfully without too much trouble although I have no idea where the manual is now.