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Just received my new WIFI doorbell. I found that where I wanted to plug the chime in would not work. The doorbell and chime apparently have a strength of signal issue. I had to move the chime to an outlet just inside the front door for the chime signal to reach it when the doorbell b**ton is pressed. Even if you could purchase a second chime to use elsewhere in the house, I don’t think the signal from the doorbell would reach it.Like some other posts I have seen, I think that the doorbell should be updated so that it would ring the doorbell chime that came with the home.
@rehughes_632765347885158 I had an issue with the wall socket. Obviously there are sockets that interfere with the signal the doorbell sends. In my case the chime did not work in a socket in plain sight of the doorbell, but it works several rooms farther away through thick walls. Very weird.Try different sockets, try even extension chords.
I've just bought a Reolink doorbell because the Ring Pro (PoE) version is ridiculously expensive. I need a few extra chimes. It seems that for over a year they're unavailable, and I noticed that Lorenz locked the discussion about this. Why would the discussion be locked? It seems Reolink doesn't want customers discussing this issue.https://community.reolink.com/topic/4811/add-second-chime-to-video-doorbellI'm regretting this purchase already
@darren_45694410696 Check this out https://community.reolink.com/topic/4099/purchasing-multiple-chimes-for-doorbellI saw a number of customers who successfully paired Kerui chimes. Just a few bucks.Note that doorbell can take up to 5 chimes.
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