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(5 Fixes) Eufy Doorbell Keeps Ringing [Updated 2022]

Eufy Doorbell Keeps Ringing

Your Eufy doorbell keeps ringing randomly.

And the worst thing is…

It even happens in the middle of the night.

Now, you’ve had enough.

And good thing you turned to this article…

‘Cause I got the right fixes.

Continue reading to discover:

  • Why your Eufy doorbell keeps ringing.
  • 5 simple fixes to stop the doorbell from ringing.
  • What the sensitivity level is, and how to turn it down to solve your issue.
  • And so much more…

Why does my Eufy doorbell keep ringing?

Your Eufy doorbell keeps ringing because the device needs a restart. The indoor chime could also be having a minor bug. Sometimes, the sensitivity level could be too high for your home. Furthermore, you may need to unplug the indoor chime or call a professional to check on the wirings.


Eufy doorbell keeps ringing: 5 fixes


#1: Restart the Eufy doorbell

A restart always saves the day for most devices.

So, why not try it with your Eufy doorbell to see if it solves the ringing issue?

In fact, it’s easy to restart it using your smartphone. And here’s how:

  1. Open the eufySecurity App.
  2. Select Settings.
  3. Go to the bottom of the screen and tap Restart Device.

Note: This restart option is only for wired Eufy doorbells.

On the other hand, if you have the battery-powered Eufy doorbell, you can manually restart it. Follow these steps to do so:

  1. Get your detaching pin or a paper clip.
  2. Locate the small hole at the bottom of your Eufy doorbell.
  3. Use the detaching pin to press the small hole and unmount the Eufy doorbell.
  4. Press and hold the sync button found on the rear side of the device for 10 seconds.
  5. Wait for it to turn on.
  6. Mount your camera back to its position again, and see if the ringing stops.

You can also check out this video to see how to unmount your Eufy doorbell: 

#2: Re-add the indoor chime in the eufySecurity app

If step #1 doesn’t solve the ringing issue…

Another option is to re-add the indoor chime in the eufySecurity app.

You see, the indoor chime is the home base of your Eufy doorbell. And sometimes, it could also be having a minor bug.

When that happens, follow these steps to re-add the indoor chime:

  1. Open the eufySecurity app.
  2. Select the Devices tab.
  3. Tap Settings.
  4. Choose Doorbell Settings.
  5. Select Indoor Chime.
  6. Tap Connect.

Now, wait and see if the random ringing of your Eufy doorbell is still there.

Read more: (7 Fixes) Eufy Doorbell Not Recording Events

#3: Turn down the sensitivity level

So, you’re getting false alarms…

But this could be an animal or a car passing your house. 

Well, one quick way to prevent that from happening is to adjust your Eufy doorbell’s sensitivity level.

You see, the higher the sensitivity level, the more motion it detects. 

No worries. Here’s how to easily adjust and lower the sensitivity level of your Eufy doorbell:

  1. Open your smartphone.
  2. Go to eufySecurity App.
  3. Select the Devices Tab.
  4. Choose the Camera Settings.
  5. Tap the Motion Detection.
  6. Go to Sensor Sensitivity and turn down the sensitivity level.

Note: The highest sensitivity level is 7, while the lowest is 1. Also, try to change All Motions setting to Human Only setting. With this, your camera will only detect people.

Furthermore…

You can set your sensitivity level to “Face Only” setting:

  1. Open your smartphone.
  2. Go to eufySecurity App.
  3. Choose the Devices Tab.
  4. Tap the Camera Settings.
  5. Select Motion Detection.
  6. Tap to Activity zone and select disable.
  7. Select Face Only.

This will likely reduce the number of false alarms you get.

#4: Set an ignored zone

If you don’t want to disable the Activity Zone of your Eufy doorbell camera…

You can set an ignored zone through the following steps:

  1. Open your smartphone.
  2. Go to eufySecurity App.
  3. Choose the Devices Tab.
  4. Tap the Camera Settings.
  5. Select Motion Detection.
  6. Tap to Activity zone and set up Ignored zone

The blue zone is the activity zone, while the red zone is the ignored zone.

And if you’re a visual learner, go to this Eufy support page for more instructions.

#5: Unplug the home base chime

Unplug The Home Base Chime

There might be something that’s activating the doorbell…

That’s why it’s repeatedly ringing.

To fix this, try unplugging the indoor chime. Then, leave it unplugged for a few hours. After that, plug it back in.

If it doesn’t stop the ringing, the issue could be from:

  • Short circuit in your wiring.
  • Wiring that caught moisture.

With this, you may contact Eufy customer support or an electrician.

They’ll check your doorbell and see if it needs repair or replacement.