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, 100 of continuous presses on the button of the doorbell camera 106 without losing battery power. In some implementations, in response to a user press on the button 1002, the speaker of the doorbell camera 106 may play a pre programmed ring chime, before the remote chime 1006 rings or concurrently while the remote chime 1006 is ringing. In some implementations, how the speaker of the doorbell camera 106 and the remote chime 1006 function may be determined according to a home structure state e. g. , at home, away, sleeping. For example, if the home structure state is set or detected as “sleeping,” the speaker of the doorbell camera 106 plays the pre programmed ring chime or an audio message associated with the home structure state, while the remote chime 1006 remains silent.

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4. Respectfully, DSMy husband also wanted that system put in and we have had nothing but trouble!it would go off so much we were afraid for them to call the police due to false alarm fees and the customer service is so bad that i contacted safe home security who makes the alarms and silver line does the monitoring and they helped me break the contract, I could never get a tech to the house for repairs they would no show or be very late and did not know what they were doing, and silver line claimed they only have 2 tech for the entire Dallas and Fort Worth Texas area and they also do the installs my question was how can they come fix mine if you only have 2 people total to do installs and repairs?Our system was down more that it worked and i will not sign another 3 year agreement for they get you and it is hard to get it broken no matter if you get bad service or alarm down they have you with the contract. MESQUITE TEXASI initially signed up with Silverline Security and was told by the salesman it was a 1 year contract. Well after 2 years I went to cancel and I was told I was in a 60 month contract. 12 month vs 60 months is a huge difference. When I pulled out my contract it sure did say 60 months. I never EVER would have knowingly signed a 5 year contract. My contract has now been sold to APT. Alarm Protection Technology and they refuse to cancel my contract unless I'd like to pay 90% of the term or transfer it to someone else. I have seen this same complaint all over the internet including the BBB website. The Division of Consumer Protection in Utah is very familiar with this company as well.