Written by Lee Wyatt (last updated November 15, 2019)
Have you ever gone over to anyone house, pressed the doorbell and waited? And waited...and waited...and waited? Eventually you get a little frustrated and end up knocking on the door. Invariably, you come to find out that the entire mess could have been avoided if only you had known that the doorbell was out of order, or if the doorbell had been replaced. Replacing a doorbell is a surprisingly easy electrical task that any homeowner can do. In fact, all you really need to do is purchase a new doorbell unit and follow the directions as printed by the manufacturer. However, here are some general instructions that you can use to replace most doorbells.
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