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How to change back to farenheit on display

We had a power outage and the display went from F to C degrees. We are trying to locate manual now. Anybody got a quick reset process?

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Re: how to change back to farenheit on display

Coasty, try this, press and hold the broil pad for 7 seconds. C or F should appear, press the up or down ^ keys to toggle between them, Catriver.

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