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I ordered 2 Forecum wireless doorbells. They have different codes on each unit, however they are on the same frequency if you ring either unit it chimes in both apartments . Can frequency be changed

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Contact your supplier for help, they should fix it for free or return them and get something else.

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SOURCE: I have Heath/Zenith wireless doorbell.

"sometimes out the blue it will chime"

if for example the doorbell runs on 2.4Ghz signal and then you have a wireless phone which is also on the same frequency, everytime you use the phone the doorbell will ring. got it?

Posted on Sep 08, 2008

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SOURCE: my pushbutton doorbell activates my neighbor's chime

in the chime box and remote you can change the setting for the remote signal that is picked up( refer to your manual for the correct settings) these will be a set of pin connections in the chime box and in the remote switch that will have to be set to another selection

Posted on Dec 29, 2008

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SOURCE: my doorbell also ring neighbor's bell

Change pin configuration on plugin bell and the remote.
The pin configuration should match

Posted on Dec 30, 2008

SOURCE: Wireless doorbell rings by itself

Doorbell button is sticking or slightly pressed in. Check to see if cover is installed correctly. It may be on on one side.

Posted on Aug 31, 2009

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SOURCE: Doorbell frequencies.

in the transmitter and receiver, You will see a small box or circle with a flathead screw inside. Turn this one 1 whole turn clockwise or counter clockwise. Fine tune the transmitter or receiver so it will have max range. (higher frequency travels further, which is good info if you want to increase range.

Posted on Sep 21, 2009

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