Wired Doorbells

All wired door chime answers

Using more than 1 wired chime on 1 wired bell push
It is possible to add 2 or more chimes operating from 1 bell push. If using battery power then this is suitable, only be careful of the amount of wire used. We do not suggest over 15 metres from bell push to chime unit.  If transformer power then w...
Chime sounds weak or quiet
Sometimes you can hear a "ding" but not the "dong" as the chime is weak and does not have much power.  If using battery power then check the battery is good and new, also check it is Alkaline or Lithium type.  Otherwise check the c...
Constant ringing or buzzing sound
If your wired door chime does not stop ringing or you can hear a loud buzzing sound when connected then please check the below: For Electronic door chimes that play an electronic melody: Check that you are not using a lighted bell push. Remove the l...
How do I change the bulb in an illuminated bell push?
Firstly, the bell push wire will need to be removed from the screw connections on the bell push barrel. This is will allow easier access to the lampholder. Although illuminated pushes are available in all manner of designs, shapes and finishes, the...
Using the 776 with Ring, Nest or other WiFi doorbells
Ring, NEST and other WiFi doorbell manufacturers sometimes advertise the Byron 776 as being a compatible product. In fact this is not always the case.  The Byron 776 contains a built-in transformer with a rated output of 8V 1A AC. Providing the WiFi ...