I have a 3m Precision Clock with calendar, alarm and indoor/outdoor temperature.
I put in the batteries in both. Double AA in the indoor and energizer lithium in the outdoor, that was all the instructions I had on the back of the box. I need to know how to set the day of the week.
I would really like a copy of the instructions.
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Indoor (32°-122°F/0°-50°C) and outdoor (-4°-140°F/-20°-60°C) temperatures. Lower outdoor temperatures achievable with lithium batteries; Indoor and outdoor humidity. Includes temperature and humidity trend indicators; Daily min/max recall for temperature and humidity. Features a calendar and clock with alarm; The wireless remote sensor transmits up to 200 ft. The base station and wireless remote require 2 AAA batteries each, not include. If you want essay related topic you can go for custom essay writing service will get better result.
If your outside temperature is not showing on your clock, that may mean that the clock and the transmitter have lost their connection. To reconnect them you must first take the batteries out of both of the units for 15 minutes. First put the batteries back into the transmitter, and then the clock. Let them sit side by side inside your home. When both the indoor and outdoor temperatures show on your clock with the same reading, or within two degrees of each other, then you may put your transmitter back outside. Remember to keep the transmitter out of the direct sun in a dry place. Also keep it away from metal, which can affect the readings.
To solve LIDL 4-LD1798 weather station blank display issue, take the batteries out of the base unit for at least 30 minutes. After 30 minutes, push each of the buttons on the front panel 20 or more times. Then put the batteries back in, and voila. My unit had the same problem, and these steps restored the display.
I have a similar device and the instructions say to remove batteries from both units and wait for 10 minutes without pressing any buttons before installing batteries first in the remote unit then the indoor unit. The outdoor and indoor units have to "talk" to each other before getting in the mood to display temperatures.
I have experienced the same with numerous different, "quote un quote" atomic clocks! Please don't forget that this sender unit, that goes outside, generates a RF Singal to be received by the clock inside. This unit transmits a signal 433 MHz signal approximately every. 3 minutes, and after so many years the sender unit's RF section(electronics) just goes out or no longer function properly or not at all! The transmitter/sender for this model number, according to "3M" is obsolete and can no longer be furnished, DRATTS !!!!!
Double check the batteries to make sure they are installed correctly. If one of the batteries in the outdoor sending unit is in backwards, it will not send the outdoor data. On the indoor unit, there is typically one battery that is used for receiving the signal from the outdoor unit. If all of the batteries are in correctly but that one, you will see the display and the indoor temperature information, but the outdoor information will not be displayed. If there are reset buttons, also try them.
These devices have a limited range, normally 20-30' (~6-9m) and that range is influenced by the material that separates them.
Any metal structures in their path can shorten the useful range.
Also, I think all of these transmit only a second or two every few minutes to conserve battery power.
If you have lost the outside temperature on the clock display after replacing the transmitter battery then do the following:
1. Make sure you have good batteries installed in the remote transmitter 2. Remove the batteries from the main clock and keep them out until the clock display disappers. 3. Re-install the batteries in the clock. 4. Wait until the display returns and includes the outside temperature display as well. 5. Set the clock again for current time/date etc. 6. Bingo. You are in business.