My Ring Doorbell Pro won't Chime at Extreme Temperatures

In many parts of the world, winter brings extremely frigid temperatures while summer may bring equally extreme temperatures at the other end of the thermometer. Because of this, to optimize the performance of your Ring Video Doorbell Pro, it is equipped with a mechanism that prevents it from ringing your internal chime when the internal temperature of the Ring Video Doorbell Pro reaches certain temperatures that are too high or too low.


Note: All other camera, audio, motion detection, and recording capabilities will continue to operate normally. Your Ring Doorbell and the Rig App will continue to notify you normally. Once the internal temperature of your doorbell returns to normal, it will once again ring the internal chime, with no further action required.


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