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GE

Model 19209

Internet #202453735

Wireless Door Chime with 2 Buttons-DISCONTINUED

This item has been discontinued.
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  • Never miss a visitor anywhere in your home
  • Option to add up to four push buttons, each with unique chime
  • Chime and push button operate within a 150-foot range

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Product Overview

This GE wireless door chime offers 7 unique sounds to choose from (Westminster, Foghorn, Bell, Cuckoo, Knock, Gong or Doorbell). The chime requires three "C" batteries (not included) and the push buttons require one 12 volt battery each (included). You can either add an additional door chime or replace an old one. It operates up to a range of 150 feet away.

  • Use the additional button for a back or side door
  • 16 Changeable codes to prevent interference
  • Chime requires 3 "C" batteries (not included)
  • Push button requires (1) 12 Volt battery (included)
  • Choose from Westminster, foghorn, cuckoo clock, gong, door bell, bell or knock

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Is it possible for each button to chime with their own individual sounds?

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January 20, 2012
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San Acacio, CO 81151, USA
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August 6, 2013
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Yes, I set my front gate to ring Westminster Chimes and the back gate has the regular doorbell sound, so I know which way to go to let someone in.
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Buford, GA, USA
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Yes.
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Long Island, New York, USA
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July 20, 2013
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Yes
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Cleveland, OH, USA
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April 14, 2013
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absolutely! That's the great feature
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Weymouth, MA, USA
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September 25, 2012
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Yes. You adjust the sound emitted on the button itself.
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Nevada, USA
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April 10, 2012
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yes
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Allen, TX, USA
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April 3, 2012
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Yes, we set our front door to be one sound and the back door another distinct sound. Works great!
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Trevose, PA
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February 21, 2012
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Definitely Yes -- and easy to do.
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Not only possible, but mandatory.
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Mt Pleasant, MI, USA
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January 24, 2012
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Yes, and it is easy to set up.
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Schaumburg, IL
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January 24, 2012
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Hello aphr0d1te8, I’m Newf from the Home Depot’s how-to Community. Thank you for your question.
Yes indeed, you can have as many as 7 wireless pushbuttons each with their own sound.
For more information, see this link:
http://www.jascoproducts.com/products/pc/GE-Wireless-Seven-Sound-Door-Chime-Two-Push-Buttons-34p145.htm
I hope this helps, Newf.
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Where is the 12v battery installed?

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BJ
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McLean, VA
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October 1, 2013
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INSIDE THE BUTTON. PRY IT OPEN WITH A MEDIUM-SIZED KITCHEN KNIFE -- BUT BE CAREFUL NOT TO CUT YOURSELF.
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September 17, 2013
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The 12 volt battery is installed in the doorbell button, which contains the transmitter.
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Long Island, NY
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August 27, 2013
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Inside the button housing, VERY SIMPLE!!!
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Buford, GA, USA
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July 23, 2013
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Inside the door bell.
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Long Island, New York, USA
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July 20, 2013
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in the push buttons
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St. Petersburg, FL, USA
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May 14, 2013
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No, it is not installed in the buttons but it comes with the battery for each.
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October 23, 2012
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inside the push button unit
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Weymouth, MA, USA
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September 25, 2012
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This unit does not take 12V batteries. It takes 3 C cells in the chime, and an odd sized AAish style in the buttons.
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Massachusetts
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September 18, 2012
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inside the door bell
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Schaumburg, IL
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July 13, 2012
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Hello BJ, I’m Newf from the Home Depot’s how-to Community. Thank you for your question.
Each button requires a small 12 volt battery. They are included in the kit.
The chime itself needs 3 very common “C” size 1.5 volt batteries which are not included.
I hope this helps,
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Is the bell button easy to mount outdoor and w/o worrying kids from neighborhood sabotage?

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October 1, 2012
GE Wireless Door Chime with 2 Buttons
Model # 19209
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I live in an appartment complex, Is the bell button easy to mount outdoor and w/o worrying kids from neighborhood sabotage?
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Mesa, AZ 85203, USA
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Mount it too high for them to reach?
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Is it bullet proof? No! There are no external screws, so that's a plus. If your neighborhood is that bad, install some security cameras.
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Buford, GA, USA
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July 23, 2013
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Depends on what your definition or expectation of sabotage is. Product is made of plastic. Can be either screwed in place or put on with pressure sensitive tape (both supplied). If someone wnats to destroy it then there is no way to prevent that.
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Long Island, New York, USA
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Yes
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St. Petersburg, FL, USA
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May 14, 2013
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Mine is up over a month on both doors and it was just a sticky tape. They come with screws too, but the sticky tape seems to be doing it quite well!
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Florida
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February 19, 2013
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If kids want to destroy it, I do not think there is anything you can do. The button is attached with a two-way tape, which does a good job of sticking. Also, you can mount the button higher, so that smaller children cannot reach it. But that might defeat your purpose of having a bell. I do not believe there is a vandal-resistant bell available.
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Massachusetts
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The bell button is easily installed with the two screws included. Under the actual bell button is the base plate which is attached to the wooden trim. Then you place the bell button over the base plate. When putting the bell button cover on, the snap-in pin is on the bottom. This should deter pranksters.
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St Louis, MO, USA
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Yes, Very easy to install. Two screws and that's it.
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Weymouth, MA, USA
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It uses double sided tape or provided screws to mount. But in an apartment complex you may want to ask your landlord if you can mount the bell and button, since technically it isn't your property.
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Chimes ring randomly at any time. What is wrong?

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Mesa, AZ 85203, USA
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Possible issue of radio frequency signals. I think instructions cover this, but interestingly, our TV picture freezes any time airline pilots, police chopper pilots, or police in area key their microphones. Same frequency, no solution. Does not affect this doorbell, different frequency. Maybe somebody in your neighborhood has a similar doorbell, or issue caused by some other radio transmission nearby.
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McLean, VA
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THE DIRECTIONS GIVE THE MOST COMMON SOLUTION TO THIS PROBLEM: CHANGE WIRELESS FREQUENCIES. ( A PUBLIC-SERVICE RADIO WAS INTERFERING EIGHT YEARS AGO. WE WENT TO THE NEXT FREQUENCY AND HAVE UNINTERRUPTED SERVICE FOR EIGHT YEARS.)
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Read the manual. You need to change your security code. A neighbor probably has a garage door opener on the same frequency.
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St. Petersburg, FL, USA
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Mine never did that, bring it back could just be a defective one! Mine is great.
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Queens, NY, USA
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Try moving the inside piece (the chimer) further away from the doorbell. It's also possible that some other appliance nearby may cause yours to act up. One more possible solution might be to choose a different ring tone instead of the one that rings when it shouldn't.
Hope one of these suggestions will help.
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El Cajon, CA, USA
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Haven't EXACTLY had that problem but have had the chimes ring 5 or 10 times when someone pushes the button. Apparently, the button gets stuck and a little WD-40 solved that problem. HOWEVER, I do remember reading in the instructions that if the bell goes off for no apparent reason, it's probably because a neighbor is using the same system on the same frequency. Try changing the frequency you're on and Read More
Haven't EXACTLY had that problem but have had the chimes ring 5 or 10 times when someone pushes the button. Apparently, the button gets stuck and a little WD-40 solved that problem. HOWEVER, I do remember reading in the instructions that if the bell goes off for no apparent reason, it's probably because a neighbor is using the same system on the same frequency. Try changing the frequency you're on and see if that solves the problem.
Otherwise, I've got no complaints. For a fairly inexpensive (cover two doors for the price of one) door chime, it' works great. Read Less
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St Louis, MO, USA
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Try looking for the little switches in side the unit and changing them to select a different channel. The instructions that came with it should help.
Someone in your neighborhood may have a wireless doorbell that is affecting yours.
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Weymouth, MA, USA
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Either your neighbor has a similar code set to his doorbell and you need to change the frequencies on yours (see instructions for doing this) or the contacts are sticking.
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 150 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A Remote Buzzer for my Dryer. I wanted a remote buzzer for my dryer. So I wired a relay across the buzzer, so that the contacts would close while the buzzer was sounding. I then brought the contacts out with fine gauge wires, took one of the doorbell buttons apart, & wired the relay contacts across the doorbell button. Done. Now while dryer buzzer is sounding, the wireless doorbell is chirping. And I can carry it around to house with me if I want, or turn it off. Good times :-). July 29, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by East to Install, unobtrusive Recently having a break-in I put locks on all my gates, so installed this doorbell for visitors. I like how unobtrusive the bell on the gate frame is, and even the chime box blends in. My house is small and the chime was very loud, so I put some decorative duct tape over it - now it's perfect. Very easy to assemble and install for a 60 year old with arthritis and fun to try all the sounds, but ended up using the classic preset, Westminster Chimes. I am VERY happy this product improved my security easily. August 6, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Performs as advertised. Very east, very good. DON'T mess with trying to repair house wiring- just go remote. Excellent product. nothing more to say other than it is really great! May 6, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Door Chimes works great! The door chime works with no problems and is loud enough to hear throughout the house. July 1, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great for the price Good product, Its a little on the loud side, and a volume control would be helpful. But for the price, one cannot complain. October 23, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to install This doorbell had everything I was looking for. Loud bell and easy to install. All you do is insert the batteries in the chime box and use the high quality double-stick tape to adhere the doorbells to where you want them. I attached to a metal security screen door frame with ease [I am in a fairly mild climate and expect the tape to last for years - no freezing or extreme heat]. Two doorbells that alert different chimes so you can determine which bell is being rung. Screws come with product to hang on wall but I chose to just put the bell on top of a shelf to make it easy to change the batteries in the chime as needed - no climbing to hang necessary. Under $20 - great value! January 11, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by GE Wireless Doorbell After experiencing a medical emergency with my heart just before Christmas, I was fearful of sleeping in my bedroom alone, even though other people are in the house. A friend suggested buying a wireless doorbell. I decided on this one after the good reviews. It arrived quickly and was not expensive. Now, my fear and worry have lessened. My mom keeps the actual doorbell in her room and I have one of the buttons next to my pillow. My sister has the second button as she also has medical problems. Luckily, we have not had to use the buttons, but we have tested them and they work wonderfully. I also think this would be great as a regular doorbell in a "normal" household! January 20, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Two thumbs up. We got this doorbell to chase woodpeckers away from our humming bird feeder. I JUST chased one away while in the middle of this review. We stuck it in a zip lock bag, fastened it to our fence, and VOILA. The big birds are gone and the little hummers can have their lunch. The 8 different noises keeps the woodpeckers from getting use to the sounds. Seriously, it works fine for this application. I see no reason why it wouldn't perform just as well for a door bell. CAUTION - It is loud, but I read a review where they muffled the sound with some decorative duct tape. Ooops. There goes another woodpecker. March 11, 2014
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