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Do not get outside temperature readings on the base station, only outside on the remote

Reads well outside the house, but not inside the house. Batteries have been replaced.

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  • Gene Van Stedum
    Gene Van Stedum Oct 26, 2012

    I repeated the process, and after a trial or 2 of resetting the remote I got readings on the base  unit.  Problem solved.

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SOURCE: Inside and outside temperture reads 158 degrees

Please remove the batteries from your wireless unit. Replacement the batteries after a few seconds and the digital unit will reset. If you continue to experience problems, please replace the batteries. If you have further questions, please return.

Posted on Jan 09, 2011

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