Installing your Stick up Cam Battery with the ceiling mount


Installing your Stick Up Cam BatteryVideo Doorbell Wired on the ceiling is simple. Scroll down for a step-by-step guide.

Step One - Charge the provided battery
First, fully charge the provided battery by plugging it onto a USB Power source using the provided orange cable.

The battery is fully charged when just one LED is lit.

Step Two - Remove the battery cover
Twist the battery cover counterclockwise to unlock, then remove it from your Stick Up Cam.

Step Three - Choose a location
Stick Up Cam is happy just about anywhere, indoors or out. Choose the spot where it can provide the view you want.

Step Four - Remove the base
Unscrew it using a standard Philips-head screwdriver.

Step Five - Attach the Stick Up Cam Mount 
Attach the smaller end of the Stick Up Cam Mount to the rear of the Stick Up Cam. Screw it into place using the large silver screw that comes in your Stick Up Cam Mount packaging.

Step Six - Attach the rubber pad
Be sure that the white rubber pad is attached to the base of the Stick Up Cam Mount. Otherwise attach it by pushing the rubber pad into the base of the mount.

Step Seven - Swivel the stand
Once you've attached the mount to the back of your Stick Up Cam, swivel the mount so that the base is above the camera. 

Step Eight - Place the camera
cieling where you've going to mount your Stick Up Cam, rubber side down.

Step Nine - Screw in the camera
Use the three mounting screws to secure the Stick Up Cam Mount base to the ceiling. 

Note: If you're installing your camera on masonry or stucco, use the enclosed drill bit to drill holes in the ceiling, then push the enclosed anchors into the holes.

Step Ten - Replace the cover
Slide the back cover of the Stick Up Cam back into place. Use the star-shaped end of the included screwdriver to tighten tha attached screw.

Step Eleven - Snap the cover onto the base 
Screw in the security screws if desired.

 

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