Mounting bracket cracked

Any idea how to get a replacement mounting bracket for the floodlight camera, mine snapped the screw on installation

I’d give them a call or if not I think you can buy them on the website

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Hi @Garyfenton! As @ChrisJohn shared, there are definitely some spare parts kits available on our accessories page at I hope this helps! :slight_smile:

HI, I have a similar issue where I need the mounting bracket for a stick up cam battery. I don’t seem to have the very bottom piece that screws to the wall. I couldn’t find it on the website shop. Could you point me in the right direction?


Hey @Ron574. You can find the spare parts kit for the Spotlight Cam Battery on our website here. This kit should include the part you’re needing to ensure your Camera is securely installed.

Hello Garyfenton,
You may call Ring Tech Support and they will gladly send out a replacement bracket for you. You wont find it in the accessories section of the Ring Shop.
There are many posts on this and other forums highlighting broken/damaged floodlight mounting bracket so it’s a persistent issue that needs to be sorted. It’s made of plastic which is flexible to some extent but shears off even when no force is applied on the cap nuts. I have 2 Ring Floodlights and 1 was a replacement, so I have installed Ring Floodlights 3 times and on all 3 occasions the mounting posts on the mounting brackets tore off from around the base of the posts on the back of the mounting bracket. Even lightly fastening the cap nuts on the floodlight from where the threaded posts stick out from the front of the floodlights mounting holes damages the plastic bracket. The cap nuts are around 10mm in long so the threads inside the cap nuts should be around 7-8mm deep. The mounting posts themselves protrude barely 5mm from the front mounting holes when you align the floodlight on the mounting bracket. As you fasten the cap nuts on the mounting posts, they are pulled and they rip the base where they are inserted on the mounting bracket from behind the bracket.
I called Ring Tech Support and they immediately sent out replacement mounting brackets but the fact is these brackets are too fragile for the size and weight of the floodlight. I noticed that Ring includes metal brackets for floodlights in other countries but not in UK as I have seen these metal mounting brackets on the internet. As for now, I have fastened the cap nuts lightly so the floodlights hang precariously from the mount. This is not safe by any way.
Request Ring to look into this genuine issue and sort this out.
Attaching pictures of the Metal Bracket and damaged plastic brackets.