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NEED MANUAL FOR OREGON SCIENTIFIC WEATHER STATION RMR112A

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SOURCE: Lost the instructions to program my weather radio.

Just follow the link below. I just this PM downloaded it for the same reason. All you need is Adobe Reader to read or print it: http://site.ambientweatherstore.com/Manuals/wr102.pdf Regards, Craig Starr Danville, NH 03819 dts_cjs@hotmail.com

Posted on Feb 13, 2007

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SOURCE: Manual for oregon scientific rm313PNA

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Posted on Dec 20, 2009

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SOURCE: Operating Instructions Model No BA218

Setting the time and calendar
1. Press the [TIME] button once to enter Time Mode. The display shows the current time with hour, minutes, and seconds digits.
2. Press and hold the [SET] button for more than one second. The "Hour" digits of the time will begin flashing.
3. While the "Hour" digits are flashing, press the [^] or [down] button to set the desired hour time. Note: Press the [^] or [down] button once to advance the setting forward or backward by one digit. Pressing the [^] or [down] for more than one second will accelerate the forward or backward setting at a higher rate.
4. When the desired hour time is reached, press the [SET] button again. The "Hour" setting will be confirmed and the "Minute" digits will begin flashing.
5. While the "Minute" digits are flashing, press the [^] or [down] button to set the desired minute time.
6. When the desired minute time is reached, press the [SET] button again. The "Minute" setting will be confirmed and the "Year" digits will begin flashing.
7. While the "Year" digits are flashing, press the [^] or [down] button to set the desired year.
8. When the desired year is reached, press the [SET] button again. The "Year" setting will be confirmed and the "Month" digits will begin flashing.
9. While the "Month" digits are flashing, press the [^] or [down] button to set the desired Month.
10. When the desired month is reached, press the [SET] button again. The "Month" setting will be confirmed and the "Date" digits will begin flashing.
11. While the "Date" digits are flashing, press the [^] or [down] button to set the desired Date.
12. When the desired date is reached, press the [SET] button again. The "Date" setting will be confirmed and the calendar setting is complete.

Posted on Feb 10, 2010

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SOURCE: dashes in my outdoor weather reading of Oregon Scientific station

The signals are not being received by the main unit. Try to reposition the unit or move it to a different location. Also make sure the antenna is in the clear and not next to any thing like a cordess phone or charger as these can make RF noise that can block or cover the needed signals.

Posted on Feb 11, 2010

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Found the manual for your weather station. Click the link below and then click download the document.
http://www.retrevo.com/support/Oregon-Scientific-RGR122-manual/id/423ag602/t/2/

Have a great day.
Jim

Posted on Dec 30, 2010

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