Doorbell- bypass jumper? Help! Answered
I have a wireless Heath/Zenith doorbell. It has a wireless button (battery) and plug in doorbell chime. It is model SL-6166, very common design. It works fine with the wireless button, but I am working on a different project, and need to figure out how to "manually" use a jumper wire on the circuit board of the chime itself to make it go off. I need to know how to trigger this chime with a jumper so that I can connect 2 wires to the chime from one of my home automation devices (an I/O Linc) so that the home automation can trigger the chime by sending a "closed" or jumper the two points on the chime, to make it go off. For this project, I can't use the wireless doorbell button to trigger the chime. There is a good picture of this board at: http://forum.allaboutcircuits.com/attachments/wireless-doorbell-sl-6166-rcvr-cu-jpg.37346/
That is someone else's post with a different question, but it is the exact unit I am trying to figure out.
I don't have enough technical knowledge to know where to jump this circuit board to make this door chime go off manually. I hope one of you can please help me do this?
Thanks in advance!