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        Q: My doorbell keeps ringing a different melody?
A: In general I would be consideringd first more mundane and fewer fascinating possibilities , such as ( 1 ) somebody 's playing a prank on you , ( 2 ) your doorbell is malfunctioning , shorting out or something like that . Do you have a wireless doorbell ? It could be that the signalling from a neighbor is triggering your chimes . 

Q: What's wrong with my wireless doorbell?
A: It will take around 20 minutes to drill holes and installing the push button which containing a battery . The recipient ( bell ) plugs into a receptacle and that is it . The sound be extremely loud , even louder than a regular wired door bell . I usage one when I keep my bed ridden dad . He ha the push button and sleep down in the finish cellar on the other side of the home and the beneficiaries was in the hallway on the other side . We ha no difficulty hearing it for convinced , it 's a smeveryone to loud . House around 2500 sq . ft. so it did the job . I remember I bought it at Lowes for 12.95 . The its most important part is it never failed to fulfil four years . I am convinced the wired bells are bestest for the long haul , but the wireless is considerably better than I expected . Hope this assistance in some way . 

Q: Does a doorbell use an electromagnet?
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