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Ring doorbell on brick wall next to front door.

Overview

Take your home security to the next level with a Ring video doorbell. See who is at your door before opening it, listen to what they are saying and reply from your tablet, PC or mobile. Best of all, it's an easy project to install yourself.

Steps

1Line up the mounting bracket

Open your Ring Video Doorbell and grab the mounting bracket found in the pack. There is a little level inside the mounting bracket – place this in the slot on the bracket and hold it up to where you'd like to hang your doorbell.

Person lining up mounting bracket for door bell.

2Mark your pilot holes

Making sure the bubble in the level is straight, mark where the screws will go with your pencil. 

Person marking pilot holes on brick wall.

3Drill the pilot holes

Put your ear and eye protection on, and then grab your drill and drill bit. If you're drilling into brick, you'll need a masonry bit. Drill some pilot holes at your marks and then hammer in the plastic anchors included in the kit – these will help your screws stay in place. Once they are flush to the bricks or concrete, place the bracket over the top and screw in your screws to secure it. If you're mounting into wood or vinyl, just use the included screws. 

Person hammering plastic anchors into brick wall.

4Scan the QR Code

Find the unique QR code on the back of your doorbell and scan with your phone to ensure you and your family are the only ones with access to your Ring doorbell.

5Secure the doorbell onto the mounting bracket

Once your bracket is securely in place, clip your doorbell onto the bracket – it should just fit over the top, but if not, don't be afraid to use a little force. Once it's in place, secure with the smaller security screws. 

Person screwing doorbell back together after it has been wall-mounted.

6Connect to Wi-Fi

Now that your video doorbell is installed, all you have to do is connect to your Wi-Fi network using the enclosed instructions. Download the free Ring app and create an account to see who's at your door! You'll be able to see and speak to guests from your smartphone, tablet or PC, you could even connect it to Alexa. 

Person holding a glass and looking at their smart phone, which is feeding through vision from their door bell camera.

7Ding-dong

Now it's time to test it out! Have a look over the instruction manual and adjust the motion zones depending on how many alerts you'd like to receive. The Ring Video Doorbell also has night vision so you'll be able to check outside and speak to anyone at your front door from your device 24/7. 

Person sitting down outside using their smart phone.

8Make your house a smart home

Our wide range of smart home products is a great place to start. 

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Health & Safety

Please make sure you use all equipment appropriately and safely when following the advice in these D.I.Y. videos. You need to be familiar with how to use equipment safely and follow the instructions that came with the equipment. If you are unsure, you may feel it is safest to consult an expert, such as the manufacturer or an expert Bunnings Team Member.

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