Soldering a doorbell

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I have no knowledge of soldering and the doorbell I believe to be wireless.
What I have is an old button board that runs on an 12v battery, with LED driver, a 10k resistor and a R433A. Says it is a 07/12/27  QH-929-1A V1 which I tried search for but could not find. Take note that I'm not experienced. I want to know what components I'm supposed to solder two wires to, as I'm looking for the doorbells terminal.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Already you mentioned that you don't have knowledge of this type of work. So why are you trying? This is basically a hardware related job and if you don't know soldering, it will damage this device. It is better to call a good person who deals with this type of job and get help to overcome this issue.
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  • Znazer
    This is a school project of mine, I am trying to follow these instructions: https://makezine.com/projects/notifying-doorbell-with-pushingbox/ 

    The thing is, the doorbell is not the same as the one I have, that's why I am trying to determine the components (terminal) where I'm supposed to solder the wires. 
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Ask your school administrators, they must provide training for you pupil. Without training this is not possible, and it may harm you also. If you could not understand, ask again and don't hesitate. This is truly a hardware like job. So before doing this type of job, you must have enough knowledge. Please don't hesitate and ask your trainer for getting help.
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  • Znazer
    Thank you for your time, really appreciated :) 
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  • ToddN2000
    Your best bet is ask the instructor. This site is geared more towards computer and IT related issues.
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