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"The Oregon Scientific Time Machine No Longer Works. It Does Not Run Off Batteries. There Is No Model Number On The Machine, but It Looks Like The One Pictured On The Left. What's The Problem?"

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SOURCE: Not picking up signal

Have a outdoor atomic garden clock that is not receiving signal. Have changed batteries, thats not the problem. Appreciate any suggestion.

Posted on May 29, 2008

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SOURCE: Wireless thermo clock not reading outside temp

I've had a similar problem with another model, an Oregon Scientific Model IWA-80055 Wireless Thermo Clock, in which when I replaced the batteries in the remote sensor, the clock would not read the temperature from the remote sensor.
I found it fairly consistent to solve this by taking a battery out of place in the clock and putting it back in.  Unfortunately this also messed up the clock's time and date.  This is also in the instructions catalogue for the device, check and see if yours gives a similar solution.

Posted on Apr 13, 2009

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SOURCE: oregon scientific thermometer model tht312

Actually I just kept working with it, but I did put a new battery in and that may have helped. It is working fine now, thanks for your response.

Posted on Jun 04, 2009

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SOURCE: I have an OREGON SCIENTIFIC MODEL 323A travel

The following is from a manual I found online. Step 1. and 2. worked to solve the same problem you're having for my sister-in-law. Hope it works for you too--good luck! JLC
SETTING THE CLOCK AND CALENDAR
CLOCK MANUALLY
1. Press and hold [MODE] button for 2 seconds.
2. Using the [UP]/[DOWN] button to scroll through the 4 U.S.
time-zones (Pacific, Mountain, Central or Eastern) or non-U.S.
cities. Press [MODE] to confirm.
3. If non-U.S. city is selected, the world time city will be flashing.
Use [UP]/[DOWN] to select the city (for city names abbreviation,
please refer to the section “Selecting the World Time”). Press
[MODE] to confirm.
4. Repeat the same procedures to set the hours, minutes, year, month,
day, language of day-of-week and hourly-chime on/off by using
[UP]/[DOWN] button.

Posted on Oct 28, 2009

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SOURCE: Manual for oregon scientific rm313PNA

http://pdf.smithgear.com/RM313PNA.pdf

Posted on Dec 20, 2009

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I have had this Oregon Scientific model RAR186 unit for years and it works great. The only issue I ever have is when the batteries need to be changed in the remote sensor unit (Oregon scientific model #THN122). It never fails that once I change the batteries that the unit does not send a signal to the base unit. I will often hit the reset button and change the channels on the remote sensor before I finally remember that you need to do the following to get the sensor to talk to the RAR186 base unit:

On the base unit (RAR186), hold down the CHANNEL and MEM buttons for at least two seconds.
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This is buried in the manual that you probably discarded as did I.

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I have had this Oregon Scientific model RAR186 unit for years and it works great. The only issue I ever have is when the batteries need to be changed in the remote sensor unit (Oregon scientific model #THN122). It never fails that once I change the batteries that the unit does not send a signal to the base unit. I will often hit the reset button and change the channels on the remote sensor before I finally remember that you need to do the following to get the sensor to talk to the RAR186 base unit:

On the base unit (RAR186), hold down the CHANNEL and MEM buttons for at least two seconds.
You will then see a graphic appear above the channel number that shows that it is searching for the sensor.
Within a minute, you will then see the temperature displayed for the sensor showing that they are communicating.

This is buried in the manual that you probably discarded as did I.

Apparently, if your sensor is broken, you can either search to find a new sensor of the same model or also use the following sensors: THC138, THGR122NX, or THN132N
I have not needed to replace the sensor as once I found the instructions to reset the communication between the sensor and base unit, all was fine. Hope this helps someone. I wrote this instruction using a Sharpie on the inside cover of the sensor since you have to remove 3 screws to replace the AAA batteries (2) in hopes I will remember next time and not waste my time searching the internet and not find the answer. Good luck!

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Have a outdoor atomic garden clock that is not receiving signal. Have changed batteries, thats not the problem. Appreciate any suggestion.

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