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One of the most common questions asked by customers when it comes to doorbells is not hearing it well or even at all in some areas of the house.


Unfortunately, some think there isn't a solution short of buying a "louder" doorbell chime or moving the chime elsewhere in the home.


Luckily, there's a great product sold by Hampton Bay where the doorbells are sold. It's called a Doorbell Extension Chime Kit, and it works well to rely sound to areas of the home where it's really needed.


For example, say you have a 2 story home and the chime is going off downstairs. There's a very good chance you can barely hear it from your upstairs bedroom, or even hear it at all.


To provide a solution to this, all you have to do is purchase this doorbell extender kit.


It's very simple in its usage. It has 2 pieces (shown in the image above). No matter if you have a wired or wireless existing doorbell system, it will work for both.


It works by placing the rely part on top or near the existing chime unit. It then sends a wireless signal to the chime extender.


As long as the rely portion on the chime and the extender aren't more than 150 feet from each other, then this would be your solution to hearing your chime from a far away area of your home.


The extender itself needs to be plugged into an active outlet in the area/room where it needs it. The rely portion of the extension kit that goes on the chime requires 4 AAA batteries (not included) for it to work properly.


Opt for using longer lasting lithium or rechargeable batteries instead of alkaline batteries, so you don't have to change them out so often.


The chime itself has 3 separate sounds, and can be set for those who have front door and back door doorbells with separate rings.


For additional information about setting up and troubleshooting your chime doorbell extension kit, please click here for it's owners manual


If  you are in need of getting more sound or getting the chime closer to where it's hard to hear, don't buy a new chime kit....simply use this doorbell extender kit for a quick, effective, and easier solution!



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Posted 2016-01-11T23:02:17+0000  by Joseph_HD_ATL Joseph_HD_ATL
 
 

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