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Inside temp We had to change the battery today.....of course everything now must be reset. I set the radio stations and the clock but can't figure out how to get the temperture readings back to fahrenheit from celcius. I can't find the directions in my book. Thank you.

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Go to mechanic shop oreven your local library you'll find it there.

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