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When reploacing battery the temperature controls defaulted to Celsius instead of farenheit. How do I change it back?

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Hold down the temp and outside temp buttons at the same time for 3 seconds

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  • Dan Manning Dec 17, 2013

    Thank's gonna try that when I Leave.....:]

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