You may want to confirm the mute button is not enabled, see link below to view the owners manual. https://digitalassets.resideo.com/damroot/Original/10014/33-00102EF.pdf
Yes. The Honeywell Home Series 9 Wireless Portable Door Bell can be connected with up to 4 transmitters simultaneously (this includes: push buttons, awareness devices, door contacts, and motion sensors) and has a range of up to 250 ft.
50-60 ft block built home
I bought mine about two years ago, and I have only replaced the batteries once. I did have a problem getting the doorbell to sync with the button. I called the Honeywell customer service number in the manual, and they were super helpful. It was fixed in less than 5 minutes. If you have that problem again, I'd return it - probably has a faulty circuit board that's draining the battery. Otherwise, give their customer service a call.
I'm using a little deductive reasoning based on the owners manual info; In order for the doorbell to work with the chime there is a pairing process. I would assume, if you purchase 6 different chimes, and pair the doorbells individually with each chime, then the frequencies "should" (in theory) be different and not interfere with each other. I would keep looking around. there must be a more suitable solution out there...
Hi Roxanne. We recommend to replace the batteries with 4 new brand C alkaline batteries, non-rechargeable. Also, replace the push button battery (CR2032). Feel free to contact our technical support team at 1-800-468-1502 for further troubleshoot. Thank you.
I use this nicely with my Ring Doorbell Pro. Add the Honeywell RPWL4045A Wired to Wireless Doorbell Adapter Converter to this.
Halo light circles around the edges of the box before the chimes I guess it’s for the hearing impaired!
You need to unmute the doorbell.
I uploaded many MP3's to the unit.