If you have a Ring Doorbell 2, you may need to remove the faceplate at some point. Perhaps you’re moving and need to take it with you, or maybe you just want to change the look of your doorbell. Whatever the reason, removing the faceplate from your Ring Doorbell 2 is a fairly simple process.
- Unscrew the four screws on the faceplate using a Phillips head screwdriver
- Carefully remove the faceplate from the doorbell
- Use a small flathead screwdriver to pry off the plastic cover over the wires on the back of the doorbell
- Disconnect the two wires from terminals A and B
- Remove the entire doorbell unit from its mounting bracket by unscrewing the two screws on either side of the unit
How Do You Take the Cover off a Ring Doorbell 2?
Assuming you would like instructions on how to remove the doorbell from the mounting bracket:
1. Insert a small screwdriver or paperclip into the hole on the back of the device labeled “Remove Battery.”
2. Gently press and hold the screwdriver or paperclip until you hear a click.
This releases the battery cover from the device. 3. Remove the battery cover by pulling it away from the device. 4. With the cover off, press and hold the orange button labeled “Remove Device.”
Doing so will release The Ring Doorbell 2 from its mount. 5. To reattach The Ring Doorbell 2, line up all four black arrows on The Ring Doorbell 2 (one is located under the battery) with their respective slots on The Mount (two are visible, and two are hidden behind The Mount).
How Do You Take the Faceplate off a Ring Doorbell Without a Tool?
If you need to remove the faceplate on your Ring doorbell for any reason, you can do so without a tool. Simply grab the faceplate with your fingers and pull it straight off. If it’s stuck, you can use a flathead screwdriver to pry it off.
Once the faceplate is off, you’ll have access to the screws that hold the doorbell in place.
HOW TO REMOVE THE COVER ON A RING DOORBELL 2
How to Remove Faceplate from Ring Doorbell 1
Assuming you would like a blog post discussing how to remove the faceplate from a Ring Doorbell 1:
“How to Remove Faceplate from Ring Doorbell 1”
If you need to access the wiring on your Ring Doorbell 1, or if you’re simply replacing the faceplate, it’s easy to do.
Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to remove the faceplate from your Ring Doorbell 1. 1. Start by unscrewing the two screws at the bottom of the doorbell using a Phillips head screwdriver. 2. Gently pull down on the faceplate to release it from the top clips.
Be careful not to damage the wires as you do this. 3. Once the faceplate is loose, disconnect the wires from their terminals and carefully remove the plate. You may need to use a flathead screwdriver or other tool to gently pry out certain wires.
Again, be careful not to damage anything in the process. 4. To reattach the plate, simply reconnect all of the wires and screw in the two bottom screws until they’re tight.
If you’re trying to remove the faceplate from your Ring Doorbell 2, there are a few things you need to know. First, make sure that you have the right tools. You’ll need a small Phillips head screwdriver and a flathead screwdriver.
Second, locate the two screws on the back of the doorbell that hold the faceplate in place. Use your Phillips head screwdriver to remove these screws. Finally, gently pull off the faceplate.
Be careful not to break it!