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Hello .. Rich here .. this sounds like a disturbing situation
I am assuming that these chimes are wireless
and the same model chime .. seems like the signals are getting crossed
How old is the home ? are you in a development ?
How long have you had the chime . what about the neighbor ?
what is the make and model of the chime ?
Model JS JS 203 - Siemens 4 option chimes - wireless. Home is over 70 years old. No development. Chime has been in place for one week only in our house.
Neighbour's model Volex accessories JS JS- 201 - they have had it for 5 years at least
Mm.. Is there no explanation for this. I have spoken to a friend who knew that the problem existed. Would it be possible to swap the back door bell to the front?
How do you tell what the wireless frequency is? Cos I could get a different brand and it could have the same problem
I am not sure if swapping the back and front would relieve the problem
I think that the two chimes may have the same radio transmitter com[ponent6 and the signal is being picked up by both houses