Your Ring doorbell has a battery that it runs on. You can just hang the bell securely and charge it occasionally according to your convenience or you can simply hardwire the doorbell and the connection from your electric circuit will be charging the battery whenever needed.
In any case, your battery will be charged and you will be able to see the blue light flashing on your doorbell once it is charging. This will essentially be there whenever your battery is charging and here are a few things that you must know about it.
Do you need to worry?
If you are thinking that you need to take it seriously or need to worry about it or not? There is nothing for you to give it a thought. The blue ring on your doorbell will flash for a while, give or take 3-4 hours, and once your battery is fully charged, it will be turned off automatically. However, if you are unable to get it to stop even after hours, you might need to try some troubleshooting to make it work, and here is what you are going to need.
Ring Doorbell Flashing Blue While Charging
1. Try triggering some alarm
There might be some error in the software or something that can be stuck there that will make the blue light keep on flashing. Try triggering some alerts using the doorbell button or your mobile application and it will make the flashing go away. You can also try restarting the doorbell, resetting it, or use different features on it to make it work. Once you have tried all of the above, the light will stop flashing on the doorbell optimally. But if not, you might need to move out to some other troubleshooting such as.
2. Check your internet connection
The battery might be fully charged, but your doorbell can not detect it if the internet connection is weak or your doorbell is not getting connected to the internet. So, check if the internet connection is working fine and also make sure that your ring doorbell is connected to the internet. Once you do that, it will all be fine and you will not have to see that flashing blue light on your ring doorbell again unless it needs charging and that will not be for a few days.
3. Call Ring support
You will need to call ring support for assistance if nothing has worked out for you so far. There are lots of things involved like the battery on your ring doorbell that could have gone bad and is not able to store the charging, your electric connection might not be charging properly, or there might be some issue with the light itself that is triggering the false signal and it is flashing.
Once you call ring support, they will be able to help you out with the perfect diagnostic steps and figure out the issue for you as well. This will help you get the perfect solution without having to void your warranty.