Manual 12655933

Manual 12655933
House Code Selection
The Door Chime kit is equipped with advanced random and
self-learning operation code ability.
1.First time operation:
After battery installation on both Push Button and Door
Chime units, press the Push Button once to generate a new
operation code.
The Chime will sound to indicate that a new operation code is
registered and memorized.
Note: The Chime unit has 2 minutes to learn the operation
code after batteries are installed.
2.Interference from another chime operating nearby
(i.e. Chime sounds for no reason):
If the chime unit sounds for no reason at all, it is possible that
the Chime Unit is being activated by another unit nearby that
operates at a similar frequency.
To solve this remove the batteries from the Push Button and
Door Chime units and rest for 10 seconds, this will erase
the memory or select a different melody, see the changing:
(Musical Chime Tune.- page 4)
Insert the batteries of both units and the Chime will be ready
for the new code registration.
Important: The code learning procedure will need to be
repeated after any battery change of either the Push Button or
the Door Chime Unit.
When you are away from home for long periods you may wish
to leave your Chime Unit with one of your neighbours so that
they can monitor callers to your house during your absence.
Trouble Shooting & User Hints (cont)
Possible Cause
Suggested Remedy
Chime does not
1. Units are out of range
(max. range 50metres).
Operate the Chime unit
within the operation range
2. Push Button and Chime
units are not on same
frequency coding.
Re-set the frequency
coding (see House Code
3. Flat Push Button battery.
Change the battery.
4. Wrong polarity of battery
in Push Button.
Re-insert battery with
polarity to match markings.
5. Chime batteries need
Replace 2 x AA batteries in
Chime Unit.
Batteries OK but 1. Push Button mounted on
Chime does not
or very near to metal door
frame, security door or
metal furniture..
Move the Push Button
away from metal items.
2. Chime Unit positioned or
Relocate Chime unit to at
mounted too close to floor. least 1 metre above floor
Door Chime
or for no reason
at all.
3. Chime Unit poorly located
or out of range.
Move Chime unit closer
to Push button to improve
4. House code has been
altered and needs reset.
Remove batteries from
the Chime unit for at least
30 seconds and refit. The
Chime unit should give 2
short beeps,then press
push button unit.
1. A similar door chime
product operating nearby
on the same transmitter
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1. Battery in Push Button
Unit was replaced.
Wireless Door Chime
Refer to” Changing the
Musical Chime tune”.
Series 8
with 8 Selectable Tunes
Arlec Warranty
Arlec guarantees this product against defects of materials and workmanship for a
period of 1 year from the date of purchase provided the product is used for its proper
purpose, in accordance with Arlec’s recommendations and within such voltage and
current limits as are specified by Arlec in relation to the product. Arlec will at its own
option and cost make good, or replace this product with the same or similar product
and return it to you, or provide a credit for any product manufactured or supplied by it,
which proves to be defective within the limits set out above provided that no repairs,
alterations or modifications to the product have been undertaken or attempted by
anyone, other than Arlec or its authorized agents. Should you wish to make a claim
under this guarantee, the product and proof of purchase must be returned pre-paid
by you to the place of purchase.
This guarantee is in addition to and does not take away from any other rights and
remedies you may have under any relevant law.
Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian
Consumer Law. You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and
for compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are also
entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable
quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure.
Proof of Purchase
Please retain your proof of purchase for all warranty claims.
Refer to “House code
2. Interference from CB’s,
Refer to” House code
taxis or remote control
toys operating on the same
Selected tune
has changed.
The Remote Control Door Chime
(DC679) consists of two separate
units:1. Push Button Unit (Transmitter)
2. Chime Unit (Receiver) with 8 musical
chime tunes
These units are completely selfcontained and no wiring between
them is necessary.
Up to 50 metres (164 feet) NOTE:
Range depends on location,
temperature, and battery condition.
For all Sales & Warranty enquiries
Arlec Australia Pty Ltd. (A.C.N. 009 322 105).
272-274 Maroondah Highway
Chirnside Park, Victoria 3116 Australia
PO Box 181 Lilydale Victoria 3140 Australia
Phone (03) 9727 8860 Fax 1300 360 650
Installation & Operating
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Fitting Batteries
Chime Unit
The Chime Unit is powered by 2 x C size batteries (not included).
Alkaline batteries are recommended for longer operating life,
up to 2 years.
Do not use rechargeable batteries, do not mix old and new
batteries of different types.
Depress side tabs on Chime Unit to remove back cover plate.
2 x C size alkaline batteries ensuring that the coil springs
contact the negative (-) end of each battery. The chime should
make two short beeps indicating it has powered correctly.
Push Button
1.Push Button unit is operated
by 1 x 3 volt Lithium battery
(CR2032 - included).
2.Remove the back of case
by first lifting off the clear
name tag cover and then
pushing in the tab on the
bottom with a small, flat
3.The 3 volt Lithium battery
(CR2032) is already installed.
Simply pull off the isolation
strip which will allow the
battery to make electrical
Chime Unit Installation
The Chime Unit is most effective
when unobstructed by metal or solid
It is fully portable and free-standing
and can be placed anywhere in
the house, (eg. table, bookshelf,
cupboard, mantelpiece, window
sill, etc). It can also be fixed to a
wall temporarily or permanently, as
Temporary Fixing
Fig 3
The Chime Unit has one slotted hang
hole on the rear.
This hole will enable the Chime Unit to be hooked onto a screw
and easily removed or relocated to another room.
Fig 1
To Replace the Battery
Remove the locking screw from
the battery holder clip and remove
old battery. Insert 1 x 3 volt Lithium
battery (type CR2032) in the battery
compartment, ensuring the battery
polarity is correct as in Fig. 2.
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Replace clip and tighten locking screw to hold battery firmly in
At this point test by pressing the button on the Push Button
Unit. The chime unit should sound a chime.
If this does not happen - refer to Trouble Shooting section.
Fig 2
Permanent Fixing
Mark a screw hole position about 35mm above the centre of
where you want to position Chime Unit.
Fit one screw in this hole, but do not screw in fully.
Place the keyhole opening on the rear of the Chime Unit over
this screw then mark and fit a second screw through the hole in
the battery compartment. (Ref. Fig. 3).
Do not mount the Push Button Unit on metal or near metal door
frame, security door, or in close proximity to any metal door
furniture. The range of the unit may be substantially reduced.
Push Button Unit
The Push Button unit has two mounting holes on rear plate of
unit that must be pushed through before unit can be mounted.
1.Remove rear plate of unit (see battery installation).
2.Push through tabs in mounting holes.
3.Using the back plate of the Push Button unit as a guide, mark
the position of holes onto mounting surface.
4.Drill appropriately sized holes and insert wall plugs if
5.Secure the back plate of Push Button unit to mounting unit.
6.Clip Push Button unit to back plate.
Alternatively the Push Button unit can be attached to smooth
mounting surfaces such as painted wood, glass and plastic
using Self-Adhesive Pad (supplied).
Door Chime Operation
Press the button on the Push Button Unit and the Door
Chime will sound.Press Chime Button again to repeat chime.
Continuous pressing of the button will not repeat the chime.
The red lamp on the Chime Unit will flash to indicate that the
batteries are low and need replacing.
Important Notes
1.The operation and range of your Remote Control Door Chime
depends on location, temperature and battery condition.
2.Try different locations in your home, ideally no lower than
1 metre from floor.
Move Chime Unit closer to Push Button Unit to improve
3.Do not expose either unit to rain or immerse in water.
4.Avoid locations where the push button unit is exposed to
direct summer sunlight.
5.Do not leave exhausted batteries in Door Chime or Push
Button Unit.
6.Clean only with a damp cloth and mild detergent.
Do not use solvents.
Changing the Musical Chime Tune
There are 8 available melodies:
Westminster Chime Twinkle Twinkle
Double Ding-Dong It’s a Small World
Circus Theme Dog Barking
Banjo on My Knee
Telephone Ring
Fig 4
Whenever the Push Button Unit battery is fitted or replaced,
the chime tune may default to the Long Westminster Chime.
To change the chime tune, remove the Push Button Unit’s clear
front cover and remove the rear of the case (Ref. Fig 1).
Inside the Push Button Unit, locate the small Tune Selector
push button (Ref. Fig 4).
The tune selector button has an”S” marked above it.
Each time that this Tune Selector push button is pressed, the
next of the 8 melodies will be played.
You can step through and listen to each in turn.
When you hear the melody you wish to choose, do not press the
tune selector again. The chime will play the selected melody
each time the bell press is pushed. At any time you can select
another melody by repeating the tune selector button process.
Refit the Push Button Unit rear cover and the clear front cover.
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