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Heath Zenith

Model # DW-2735-02

Internet # 202209277

Store SKU # 175977

Wired Door Chime

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Product Overview

Enjoy the warm tones of real chimes signaling that a visitor has arrived, with the Heath Zenith Wired Door Chime. This mechanical door chime has a white cover with modern styling and features zone-specific sounds.

  • 2-note melody for main entrance and 1 note for second entrance
  • Hardwired Low-Voltage mechanical chime requires a transformer
  • White molded cover
  • Sleek modern design

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
1.875 
Product Height (in.) 
5.375 
Product Width (in.) 
9.125 

Details

Adjustable Volume 
No 
Bell Wire Required 
Single Strand 
Buzzer Only 
No 
Color Family 
White 
Digital Bell 
No 
Door Bell Or Intercom Type 
Door Bells 
Door Chime Box Type 
Wired 
Electrical Product Type 
Door Chime Box 
Mechanical Bell 
Yes 
Multiple Songs 
No 
Number of Sounds 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Style 
Casual 
Transformer 
Not Included 
Westminster Bell 
No 
Zone-specific Sounds 
Yes 

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings 
No Certifications or Listings 
Manufacturer Warranty 
1 Year 

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Only does 1 tone, when wired to either Front or Rear terminal

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Montreal, Canada
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September 11, 2015
When wired to the front terminal it makes a single tone and when wired to the rear terminal it also makes a single tone, but the other pitch. So it seems the hammers for both tones work fine, the problem is that it just does one tone when wired to the Front terminal, instead of the two tones, "ding-dong".
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Winnipeg, Manitoba
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September 26, 2015
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Maybe check the hammers. There should a plastic end on both sides of the front door hammer, and on one end of the rear door hammer. It could be the plastic end fell off on one end of the front hammer.
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September 15, 2015
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I would suggest you call our tech support line for additional help. 844-760-3644. Thanks for your question!
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I NEED 4 -24 VOLT CHIME KITS-WHAT MODELS DO YOU RECOMMEND ?

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MARK
July 11, 2013
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Wisconsin Rapids, WI
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February 20, 2015
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Heath Zenith Model # DW-2735-02 Internet # 202209277 Store SKU # 175977
Purchased this one a few months back. It was very easy to install. It provides a clean, more modern look. It also includes two separate chimes if you should require the need to install buttons in different locations. So far I am happy with the performance. Just an FYI, this unit does call for a transformer, but I would assume you Read More
Heath Zenith Model # DW-2735-02 Internet # 202209277 Store SKU # 175977
Purchased this one a few months back. It was very easy to install. It provides a clean, more modern look. It also includes two separate chimes if you should require the need to install buttons in different locations. So far I am happy with the performance. Just an FYI, this unit does call for a transformer, but I would assume you have this already since you are looking for a replacement. Read Less
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July 17, 2013
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This site has no 24V door chimes. All are 16V.
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My doorbell is very low and can not hear it.. What can we do to fix that.

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Barbara
Toms River NJ
March 7, 2013
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December 26, 2013
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1. Your bell may not be receiving enough power, you should get a voltmeter and check to see that you are getting anywhere from 12-24 voltes at the bell, doorbells are low voltage items and they only need 12-16 volts of electricity to operate. If you are not getting the correct voltage, you may have a bad transformer. If your voltage is good, you may have a defective unit and/or button. If you live in a Read More
1. Your bell may not be receiving enough power, you should get a voltmeter and check to see that you are getting anywhere from 12-24 voltes at the bell, doorbells are low voltage items and they only need 12-16 volts of electricity to operate. If you are not getting the correct voltage, you may have a bad transformer. If your voltage is good, you may have a defective unit and/or button. If you live in a bigger house then you may need to spend a little extra and get a louder unit. Let me know if you have any other questions. Hope this helps. Read Less
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March 11, 2013
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If your doorbell is a mechanical system which has true metal tone bars and is limited to just a "ding-dong" alert, then I would suggest purchasing the DL-6157. This is a doorbell extender unit that will works with your current doorbell. You place the extender unit on or next to your current doorbell and then place the new wireless doorbell from the kit into a standard receptacle somewhere else in your Read More
If your doorbell is a mechanical system which has true metal tone bars and is limited to just a "ding-dong" alert, then I would suggest purchasing the DL-6157. This is a doorbell extender unit that will works with your current doorbell. You place the extender unit on or next to your current doorbell and then place the new wireless doorbell from the kit into a standard receptacle somewhere else in your home where you can't hear your doorbell.
If you have an electronic doorbell (it is basically a small speaker system), then many of those have a volume adjust knob. Take the cover off the doorbell and see if there is one present. Read Less
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My handyman recently installed this door bell, but it only rings once.

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Annapolis, MD
October 26, 2012
After he left, I found two small pegs on the floor beneath the door bell. Are these supposed to be left in the door bell? I only have one door bell, and I think it's supposed to ring twice. He said he connected it to a back door bell because it was louder. When I asked if he should connect it to both, he said no. Is that right?
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If your door bell button is at the front door than it should ring twice. I do not know what the pegs are and have no idea if they have anything to do with the doorbell. However, this is an easy fix if you feel comfortable working with live wires, all you have to do is switch the wire thats on the "REAR" screw terminal and put it on the "FRONT" terminal. After doing this, you should get the 2 rings.
If your door bell button is at the front door than it should ring twice. I do not know what the pegs are and have no idea if they have anything to do with the doorbell. However, this is an easy fix if you feel comfortable working with live wires, all you have to do is switch the wire thats on the "REAR" screw terminal and put it on the "FRONT" terminal. After doing this, you should get the 2 rings.
Let me know if you have any other questions. I hope this helps. Read Less
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Regarding your question on Heath Zenith Wired Door Chime Model # DW-35, the recommended wiring set up is listed below. If it is connected to the rear door, it will only make a ding sound. Connecting to the front door will make a ding dong sound. It sounds like you wanted the front door sound (ding dong) and the unit is wired for the rear door sound. If that is the case, you will need to adjust to wiring Read More
Regarding your question on Heath Zenith Wired Door Chime Model # DW-35, the recommended wiring set up is listed below. If it is connected to the rear door, it will only make a ding sound. Connecting to the front door will make a ding dong sound. It sounds like you wanted the front door sound (ding dong) and the unit is wired for the rear door sound. If that is the case, you will need to adjust to wiring as noted below. If you don't have a rear door, then no wiring to it is needed.
Connect wire “F” to screw terminal marked “FRONT”. Connect wire “T” to screw terminal marked “TRANS”. Connect wire “R” to screw terminal marked “REAR”*
There should be no noticeable difference in the loudness of rear door sound versus front door sound, as they are coming from the same unit.
In case helpful, the complete owners manual is available at:
http://www.heath-zenith.com//data/manuals/598-1112-06.pdf
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 18 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works As Described Wanted to replace an older wired door chime unit with something more modern. This unit was a perfect replacement and a reasonable price. February 20, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Good for a couple years... The chime worked fine for a couple years, but then the front door bell (the most used) stopped working. I took the door chime apart to find 2 small plastic pieces lying in the bottom of the cover. After comparing to the rear door bell 'striker', which was still intact, I noticed these plastic pieces are used on the end of the strikers, hitting the metal bars to produce the sound. These wore out and fell off. I will now have to replace the entire unit for 10 cents worth of parts. Very disappointing. September 26, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works. Now I wait 30 years. Looks good. Sounds good. Easy to install. Everything needed was included. October 13, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Works for short time Am returning our third one of these. It works for short period of time and then sticks and burns out. Very disappointed. July 22, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by works very well VERY EASEY TO INSTALL, AS A REPLACEMENT OF OLD CHIMES May 26, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by New bell chimes Nice and simple and a clean contemporary look - easy to install May 26, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Feels cheap, and not that loud We had an ancient NuTone chime that had beautiful resonant sound. Then someone stuck the button down and it burnt out. We looked online for a replacement similar to our old one but couldn't find a replacement at a reasonable price (there were ones like ours on ebay but they were much too expensive). We settled on this one, and it isn't bad, but it isn't nearly as loud as our old NuTone, and doesn't sound as full and sonorous as our old one. I noticed that the old one had metal tubes that the chime bars were mounted to that helped amplify the sound, this one doesn't have such tubes. It also feels cheaper. Our old one was made entirely of metal except the cover. This new one is purely plastic, and about 10 lbs lighter. Nonetheless, it's still a great chime for the price, and works with our original wiring and transformer. February 23, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Wired door bell It was well worth the money spent. It has a double chime for the front door and a single chime for the back door. The volume was just right for my one story house. September 16, 2014
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