DH1201 Doorbell Light Bulb Center Push Button Replacement Part
$5.98 – $6.98
These are Doorbell Light Bulb Center Push Button Replacement Parts and Non-Lighted wired doorbell button center push. Choose from two colors, silver and gold. The center part is white for both the lighted and non-lighted versions. When the center push part of your wired doorbell button is broken, this is a replacement. You may also be interested in the DH1200L series. These are also LED Doorbell Light Bulb replacements where the white center is replaced by metallic colors and the outer rim is lighted.
Manufactured by Thomas and Betts, this is a replacement Doorbell Light Bulb, available in the LED lighted (DH1202L/DH1201L) and non-lighted versions (DH1202/DH1201). With a gold rim and white button for the DH1202 and DH1202L and a silver rim and white button for the DH1201 and DH1201L, these are buttons ONLY, with the industry standard 5/8” diameter that recesses into the exterior wall. Great to replace worn-out and damaged doorbell light bulb buttons, the brass rim makes this product a great fit for many existing wired doorbell plates.
Take a look at your wired doorbell push button. If it’s a round center push, chances are it’s the industry standard size and this doorbell light bulb replacement part will fit. If you don’t want a lighted button, choose the DH102 or DH1202 which are non-lighted doorbell bulbs.
Need to Replace Your Doorbell Light Bulb?
The two versions available for this product are the DH1201L and the DH1202L. These have a silver or gold colored rim around a white lighted doorbell light bulb.
Need a Non-Lighted Replacement Push Button Part? We have those too! If you are using a battery-operated wired doorbell we recommend the DH1202 or the DH1201, the non-lighted version of this button. The lighted version will require a wired doorbell transformer.
- Gold Color Rim on the DH1202 model, silver trim on the DH1201 model
- Button Available Lighted (DH1202L/DH1201L) or Non Lighted (DH1202/DH1201)
- Flush mounted (5/8″ Dia) – this is the portion that would fit inside the push button plate
- Depth is approximately 13/16” – this is from the bottom of the rim (silver or brass circle around white center push) to the end of the section where wires terminate
- Width – across the bottom of silver or brass rim
- Manufactured by Thomas and Betts
- QTY discounts are available, call for details
|Dimensions||0.75 × 0.75 × 0.875 in|
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7/8 Inch Diameter
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Lighted Button, Non Lighted Button
The non-lighted button looks nice and works for an old garage door opener, but unfortunately the button press does not have the tactile feel I was hoping for. By tactile feel, I mean the perceptible click response of buttons found on electronic equipment, such as power and mouse buttons. Fortunately the button is bigger and requires less force to press than the old/previous button it replaced. I mounted the button on a blank nylon wall plate, but a metal wall plate would have been better since the plastic one noticeably flexes when the button is pressed.
Button is illuminated, the door-bell rings.
One button works fine and the other button is intermittent and needs to be replaced
The DH1202L replacement lighted doorbell pushbutton handles 8V to 24Volt doorbell/chimes system!! I have a 1940's NUTONE Jefferson Westminister 8 note Long Tube K Series Door Chimes that operates on 24 Volts. The DH1202L handles the 24V System and operates this equipment properly, as recommended by the 1800 DOORBELL Customer Service Staff. Timely delivery from a quality company!!
Items received quickly but unfortunately they turned out to have a light bulb inside and here in the desert they heated up to 140 degrees (too hot to handle). I exchanged them for the real LED ones and now they can ring the bell without burning a finger. The exchange was very quick and painless as well.
We always order the same gold/silver lighted buttons for our decorative doorbell business and 1800 always has them and they ship them out quickly.
strange that a small (but important) replacement item like this should be hard to find in the right size for (at least what used to be) a standard doorbell opening, but it was. Happily, the written description provided information to confirm the unit should fit and, guess what, it did. A small victory for a homeowner who didn't want to get involved with drilling into a stucco wall or trying to expand an old face plate. Only question is why the light is still incandescent v. LED since it's on all the time, but I'm still satisfied overall.
Purchased two replacement door bells for our 100 yr old home. Quick installation and quick shipping. Thanks
Worked well using the existing face plate
Shipping was a little slow, but the product was great. Will buy again.