Model # WD-1120A

Internet #202278745

IQ America Wireless Battery Operated 2-Tone Basic Door Chime

Discontinued IQ America

Wireless Battery Operated 2-Tone Basic Door Chime

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Product Overview

This Wireless Battery-Operated Door Chime gives you the freedom and easy installation of wireless technology. The door chime and push button set has traditional styling and is white to match virtually any decor.

  • Plays 2 chime melodies
  • Up to 100 ft. transmission range
  • Chime box powered by 3 size C alkaline batteries (not included) and push button uses 1 CR 2032 lithium battery (included)
  • Traditional style and finished in white
  • Second IQ America wireless push button may be programmed to chime box (not included)
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Customer Questions & Answers

Ive changed the batteries in the button and the unit itself, but I cannot get it to work. Does it have to be programmed?

Asked by: ADH
Thank you for your question wanting to know if the chime needed to be programmed after changing batteries? We do recommend a reset. To do the reset press down on the one button on the unit itself until you hear it chime then release the button and you should hear two chimes and then one chime. Then be sure the push button is not in your hand but on a hard surface. Then press the push button to set it to the chime unit. The chime should ring twice. You'll need to press the push button within two minutes after the chime has gone through the cycle. If you cannot get the push button to set to the chime please call our Customer service telephone number 1-800-296-1869 and we will be happy to assist you. Thank you.
Answered by: IQ America CS
Date published: 2016-10-19

Can I use a pair of these so both buttons trigger both chimes?

I want to add a chime to my basement because this isn't loud enough to hear down there. I also want to add a button to the back door. Anyone know if this can work?
Asked by: Zig
Yes, I called tech support and you can program multiple units together.
Answered by: Zig
Date published: 2016-05-02

Anybody have the door bell ring randomly even when no body pushed the button? Maybe due to low batteries?

I have to agree the sensitive of the outside button is difficult for the users to hit that sweet spot to make it ring, but not a big problem. I haven't replaced the batteries in a while and was wondering why the chimes started going off all by themselves 2 or 3 times a day. I'm thinking low batteries and will try that. I was just curious if it has happened to anyone else :)
Asked by: Blubu
Yes, but my house is haunted!
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2016-10-22

Inadequate volume. Is there any way to adjust it? Or a possible discount on a replacement?

I can't hear it in the next room.
Asked by: Tom
There is no volume adjustment. What you get is what you have.
Answered by: jimpeel
Date published: 2016-08-26
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