Instructions on how to replace your existing doorbell with a Ring Video Doorbell.
Ring Video Doorbell (1st Gen) includes an optional diode, while other Ring doorbells do not require one. Telling the difference between Ring Video Doorbell (1st Gen) and Ring Video Doorbell (2nd Gen).
Remove your existing doorbell button
Shut off power to your doorbell at the breaker. Then, remove your existing doorbell button and disconnect the wires.
Mount the bracket
Click the level tool (included in the box) into the mounting bracket.
Place the mounting bracket so that you can access the wires for power.
Level the mounting bracket using the level tool.
Drive the screws into the holes.
If mounting on a masonry surface, use the mounting bracket as a template to mark pilot holes.
Drill holes and insert the anchors.
Remove the level tool from the mounting bracket.
Connect the wires
Connect the wires to the screws on the mounting bracket. It doesn't matter which order the wires are connected, just be sure the wires don't touch each other.
For digital doorbells, install the included diode
Place your Ring Video Doorbell on the mounting bracket
Line up the tabs from the mounting bracket to the slots on the back of your Ring Video Doorbell. Don't be afraid to use a little force.
Tighten security screws
Use the included security screwdriver to tighten the two security screws to the bottom of the Ring Video Doorbell.