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LA11WH Decorative Wired Door Chime, 8-1/8”w x 5-1/2”h x 2-3/8”d, in White

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  • Greet your guests with style. Whether you prefer timeless simplicity, contemporary sophistication, or classic style, this chime is the perfect complement to your home décor. Capable of programming for up to two doors, this chime puts an end to the guessing so you’ll always know at which door your visitor is waiting for you.

    • White textured finish blends effortlessly with any décor, providing many years of service
    • Individual tones for up to two doors so you will always know where your visitor is; two-note chime for front door, one-note for second door
    • Chime wires to a 16-volt transformer so you are assured of uninterrupted service and are never dependent upon batteries (use transformer C905 or C915, sold separately)
    • Easily replace your current two-note wired door chime to this style without rewiring for a fast, simple redecorating touch
  • Product Depth (inches)2.386
    Product Height (inches)5.492
    Product Width (inches)8.268
  • LA11WH is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simple, small, real door chime. No fake electronic sounds. This door chime is a true door bell. It has a pleasant tone and is small and unobtrusive. The plastic housing is available in either white or beige, but it can be painted with any 100% acrylic primer/paint. Just remember, paint only the outside of the cover, and paint the cover detached from the chime. I have 3 of these in one home powered by a 16v 30va transformer. Installation is easy and takes at most 10 minutes. Tools: blue masking tape, 12" ruler, level, sharp pencil, drill & bits, and screwdriver. I have no idea what the previous reviewer was saying in her review. I can only surmise that she has neither the understanding or experience to work with electricity. So of course, it's the doorbell's fault.
    Date published: 2017-07-13
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from The doorbell look nice, but it has to be under mount. The description or specification was mentioned. Very disappointed and need to return it. The doorbell look nice, but it has to be under mount. The description or specification was mentioned. Very disappointed and need to return it.
    Date published: 2016-09-13
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  • Where is the volume/tone adjustment? My newly installed chime sounded very dull and low volume.

    Asked by: Pocowok
    We would continue to suspect that the transformer is under powered. The Nutone C907 transformer is 16 VAC, however, the wattage is 30 VA. This slight increase may be enough to make the difference. One other thought would be to increase the wire size to a larger gauge, if possible. This should also improve this condition.
    Answered by: NuToneCustomerService
    Date published: 2014-03-05

    Is it mechanical or digital ?

    Asked by: Chris
    Mechanical. It's a real doorbell.
    Answered by: SK350
    Date published: 2018-01-13

    How do I get it to go Ding Dong?

    It is just going Ding right now?
    Asked by: Steve
    You are wired to the back door terminal. Leave the wire on the trans terminal and move the other wire to the terminal marked "front" or 1.
    Answered by: SK350
    Date published: 2018-01-13

    I only have one door. This product has two chimes for different doors. Can I use this for just one door?

    Asked by: Monica
    Yes. That is how I use mine. You do not have to use the 2nd chime to use the bell. Just wire the bell using the "trans" terminal and the "front" terminal. You still must wire the bell with a transformer. I always replace the transformer when I change out a bell. No one ever pays attention to them.
    Answered by: SK350
    Date published: 2018-01-13

    Can a single button drive two chimes?

    I need a chime both upstairs and downstairs. Can the units be wired so a single doorbell button will cause both to chime? With two doorbell buttons, a front door and a back door, will units wired together correctly chime for both doors, with different chimes for front and back? (All buttons are unlighted.) If this unit will not provide this can you recommend a wired Nutone unit that will? Thanks
    Asked by: BEC
    The answer is Yes to all. Ideally, each doorbell button wire (the front button and the back button) should go to a box near the transformer and then each doorbell itself should have a dedicated wire from that box to the mounted doorbell. Size the wire appropriately. You will need 18/2 or 16/2 for the doorbell buttons, and 18/3 or 16/3 from the transformer area to each doorbell. You may already have all this in place, but you must have a new 16v 30va transformer.
    Answered by: SK350
    Date published: 2018-01-13
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