Wired doorbell Friedland Type 6 chime

Hi I am sure this is me being daft but I don’t seem to be able to work out where to put the connector cable that came with my wired doorbell.
The existing setup is a standard door bell that has a cable that runs from the outside door bell into a Friedland type 6 chime and then a cable from that to the low voltage transformer next to the main fuse box. The transformer then goes into the main fuse box. The chime has 4 terminals labelled 0, T3, 1R and F2. I have traced the wires and the ones coming direct from the transformer are going to 0 and T3. The wire that comes out of the chime and goes off to the outside doorbell are on 0 and F2 so 1R has no wire connected at all and 0 has two, 1 from the transformer and 1 to the outside doorbell. So where do I put the connector block that came with it and what wires go what side? Photo attached of how it is now before the ring install.

terminals 3 and 2 are the ones you want to bypass - they are the ones going through the chime.

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Thanks for the reply, I’ve basically got 2 wires coming from the transformer, then 2 wires that go off to power the bell. If I just forget the bypass cable that came with the ring bell and get some choc blocks and treat it as if the wires had been cut and reuse them in 2 choc blocks to rejoin them then have no wires still attached to the chime at all is that ok?

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Yep - the aim is to completely bypass the chime and just connect the wires straight through to the doorbell.

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