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I used three screws to mount the plate. 2 I found routing the two existing doorbell wires to the connecting screws a little tricky. There seemed to be a couple ridges in the way of getting the wires into position to align with the two small slots in the rubber plug that environmentally seals off the electrical connections. It took some patience to get things aligned for a good seal. 3 I mounted the plate snugly to my wooden door frame and then followed all the instructions to let the camera update firmware, register it to my system and then snap it into place on the mounting plate. Everything worked perfectly including test ringing the doorbell.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

If you choose a DIY wireless security system, most on the market today are fairly intuitive and easy to install. And, many of them don’t require any special tools or knowledge to get the job done. Whether you’re a senior or simply buying a security system for a senior, I’d recommend Vivint. They have professional installation, so you won’t have to worry about your system working correctly; the person who installed my system was very kind, patient, and most importantly, knowledgeable. This could be very helpful for a senior, who may not know much about modern DIY installation. Aside from that, Vivint has one of the highest rated security apps in the Apple and Google Play stores, so you can rest assured that it’s easy to use, even for someone not super tech savvy.

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

Contact at least three companies before making a selection. Find out if they are properly licensed in your jurisdiction and ask if the company runs a criminal background check on employees prior to hiring. You can also look up companies on the websites of the Electronic Security Association esaweb. org and the Canadian Security Association canasa. org to make sure they have pledged to uphold industry standards. Ask about all charges up front.