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#1

railwood

Posted 25 January 2011 - 01:09 PM

Just wondering how its made post pictures please so i can i understand, many thanks rail :wood:
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#2

xSpasMaTazz
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Posted 25 January 2011 - 02:05 PM

you could make a doorbell by putting a button near your door (if it is directly next to it the door will open) and link the button to a note block with redstone.

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#3

TheCaviano

Posted 25 January 2011 - 03:04 PM

you could make adoorbell by PUTTING IT IN THE RIGHT DAMN THREAD!

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#4

railwood

Posted 26 January 2011 - 12:34 PM

Thank you the puncher, Rail :wood:
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Posted 01 March 2011 - 02:54 AM

A wireless doorbell intercom isn't only useful at the front door of a house, it can also be useful to have a doorbell outside of a bedroom door,  http://www.espow.com... ... ystem.html

1•Poke 2 holes close together through the lid of the tin with a screwdriver.
•2
Attach the 9-volt battery clip to the 9-volt battery.
•3
Twist together the black wire from the battery clip and the black wire from the buzzer.
•4
Wire the red buzzer wire to the positive prong on the switch.
•5
Wire the positive end of LED to the other prong on the switch.
•6
Wire the red wire from the battery clip to the other end of the LED.
•7
Place the whole apparatus into tin, pushing the LED into one hole and the switch into the other. Close the tin.
•8
Test to see that the LED lights up and the buzzer goes off when the switch is pressed.

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Posted 01 March 2011 - 02:55 AM

A wireless doorbell intercom isn't only useful at the front door of a house, it can also be useful to have a doorbell outside of a bedroom door,  http://www.espow.com... ... ystem.html

1•Poke 2 holes close together through the lid of the tin with a screwdriver.
•2
Attach the 9-volt battery clip to the 9-volt battery.
•3
Twist together the black wire from the battery clip and the black wire from the buzzer.
•4
Wire the red buzzer wire to the positive prong on the switch.
•5
Wire the positive end of LED to the other prong on the switch.
•6
Wire the red wire from the battery clip to the other end of the LED.
•7
Place the whole apparatus into tin, pushing the LED into one hole and the switch into the other. Close the tin.
•8
Test to see that the LED lights up and the buzzer goes off when the switch is pressed.

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xSpasMaTazz
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Posted 02 March 2011 - 07:33 AM

feelys said:

A wireless doorbell intercom isn't only useful at the front door of a house, it can also be useful to have a doorbell outside of a bedroom door,  http://www.espow.com... ... ystem.html

1•Poke 2 holes close together through the lid of the tin with a screwdriver.
•2
Attach the 9-volt battery clip to the 9-volt battery.
•3
Twist together the black wire from the battery clip and the black wire from the buzzer.
•4
Wire the red buzzer wire to the positive prong on the switch.
•5
Wire the positive end of LED to the other prong on the switch.
•6
Wire the red wire from the battery clip to the other end of the LED.
•7
Place the whole apparatus into tin, pushing the LED into one hole and the switch into the other. Close the tin.
•8
Test to see that the LED lights up and the buzzer goes off when the switch is pressed.

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#8

BeaSk8r117

Posted 13 April 2011 - 01:43 AM

feelys said:

A wireless doorbell intercom isn't only useful at the front door of a house, it can also be useful to have a doorbell outside of a bedroom door,  http://www.espow.com... ... ystem.html

1•Poke 2 holes close together through the lid of the tin with a screwdriver.
•2
Attach the 9-volt battery clip to the 9-volt battery.
•3
Twist together the black wire from the battery clip and the black wire from the buzzer.
•4
Wire the red buzzer wire to the positive prong on the switch.
•5
Wire the positive end of LED to the other prong on the switch.
•6
Wire the red wire from the battery clip to the other end of the LED.
•7
Place the whole apparatus into tin, pushing the LED into one hole and the switch into the other. Close the tin.
•8
Test to see that the LED lights up and the buzzer goes off when the switch is pressed.
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