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Heath Zenith

Model # DW-455

Internet # 202209281

Store SKU # 775681

Wired Lighted Push Button

$3.49 /each
Color/Finish: Gold
  • Gold
  • Silver

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Product Overview

The Heath Zenith Wired Lighted Push Button has simple yet good looks. A gold-colored ring frames the pearl button, which is lighted for ease of use in the dark.

  • Compatible with any Heath Zenith Low-Voltage chime system
  • Low-Voltage hardwire for power
  • Lighted for convenience in the dark
  • Gold rim with pearl center for a classic appearance
  • Recess-mount installation

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
Product Height (in.) 
0.875 
Product Width (in.) 
8.875 

Details

Batteries Included 
No 
Bell Button Type 
Wired 
Color Family 
Gold 
Color/Finish 
Gold 
Door Bell Or Intercom Type 
Door Bells 
Electrical Product Type 
Bell Button 
Mounting Style 
Recessed 
Returnable 
90-Day 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
1 Year 

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Is it normal for the light to burn out in 2-3 months?

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August 18, 2015
I wanted to know if it is normal for this light to burn out in 2-3 months or less? I have gone through 3 of these already. The push button is easy to install but does not seem to last long.
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August 31, 2015
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These lights are expected to last one year. Please contact our customer service department for further assistance in getting you a replacement @ 1-800-858-8501.
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What 'putty' can be used to hold this doorbell in place?

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December 22, 2014
The molding next to my door is heavily ridged - not flat. I was planning on carving, staining and sealing a piece of carved basswood to use as a doorbell plate. The back would be carved to match the contour of the ridged molding. My plan was to drill a 5/8" hole in the carved wooden plate and put this doorbell in it. As the wood may expand and shrink a little bit, what putty, caulk, etc do you recommend to hold it in the piece? I'd prefer something that would give it more of a friction grip rather than glue in case I need to replace it in a few years. Thanks!
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December 23, 2014
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It would probably be easier to purchase a bell button complete with an ornamental escutcheon:To wit-
one attached with 2 screws.
The bulb which provides the "lighted button" will either [1] Eventually burn
a hole in the center of the button or [2] Soon burn out from the (usual) 16VAC from the transformer. You might find it wise to mount it in a manner to previde easy replacement.
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I converted my door
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It would probably be easier to purchase a bell button complete with an ornamental escutcheon:To wit-
one attached with 2 screws.
The bulb which provides the "lighted button" will either [1] Eventually burn
a hole in the center of the button or [2] Soon burn out from the (usual) 16VAC from the transformer. You might find it wise to mount it in a manner to previde easy replacement.
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I converted my door bell to12V DC and changed the bulb to an LED with a 1K Ohm resistor. That
addressed the foregoing problems.
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What is the diameter?

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July 9, 2014
I am making a mine turtle, so I would like to know what the diameter of this button is.
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September 30, 2014
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About 5/8 in. diameter
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July 14, 2014
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The gold ring is 0.875" in diameter and recessed push button needs a 0.625" diameter hole.
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can this doorbell button (sku775681) be used on it's own or is it to be placed inside a larger button casing?

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Lancaster PA
January 8, 2013
I want to know if this low profile doorbell button (sku 775681) will work on its own or if this is just the replacement button for inside a larger doorbell button (such as sku 697223). Thank you.
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Atlanta, GA
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July 29, 2015
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It is placed inside a larger doorbell button holder. It is an actual replacement button.
I cannot be used on its own.
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September 30, 2014
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Needs a housing to hold it. Could be hand made.
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January 17, 2013
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This push button insert can be used on it's own, but it is made to fit snugly into a plate like the one your reference. The 2 wires that connect to your door chime and transformer attach to this insert, but it does not have a method then to attach to the wall or door frame. The insert is made to fit into a push button plate, and the plate is then attached to the wall or door frame with screws.
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Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by nice replacement part was perfect fit,easy to install thanks HD April 26, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by You get what you pay for! All we needed was the button, so that's what we bought - this nifty little button right here. As we were putting it in our mid-century home's vintage doorbell , before we could even pop it in, the whole thing fell apart. One of the screws was in so tight, that it could not be unscrewed and as I am struggling with it, the whole things falls apart with light-bulb falling out. So I just brought it back to the store - the Home Depot easily accepted it back - and bought a new door bell. I ended up spending more in gas for two trip to Home Depot, than it cost to replace the whole thing. July 29, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Staw away The button would not stay in the doorbell button gang plate. The flimsy metals tabs do not provide enough tension to prevent it from popping out of the plate. January 18, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by works as expected Perfect replacement for a worn lighted doorbell button. December 10, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy fix Broken button was easy to replace with new button. September 30, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect Replacement This button was almost perfect. It was a tight squeeze to fit it into my old doorbell plate, so I ended up having to break one of the tabs on the back of button (there are four). It was no big deal and now the button fits perfectly, and I didn't have to pay for a whole new button assembly. June 28, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Nice cosmetically, inadequate function (no light). Bought one of these at the local Home Depot store. NOT 'lighted' !!! Excessively strong spring to overcome to activate button. Returned. April 19, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Fix it yourself! The push-button part of my $20 doorbell broke. The doorbell did not come from Home Depot, by the way. So, hop on down to the HD and grab this little guy for tree-fiddy. Pop out the broke button, throw in the new one, and what does a player hear? Ding-dong, bro. Beats shelling out another Jackson. Props to H to da D! March 15, 2011
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