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Old 03-10-2013, 07:40 PM   #1
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I am looking for a 2 button dorrbell button for a replacement.

I did a google search, and found this. A little pricey, huh?
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Theres not many out there. A lot of the apartments I work on had the Nutone PB31 two button model. Sometimes I get lucky and find them on ebay. They are no longer made. If we get the chance while siding occurs, I'll cut the sheathing and splice on some longer 18-and put in two conventional lit push buttons. Those brass ones look terrible on vinyl siding. Maybe in the right conditions, colors etc, that might work with some sort of siding block, flat etc.
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Here's a better option for you maybe.
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Trine is a great manufacturer. They make elctronic locks too.
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