Question about Oregon Scientific FM Weather Projection Clock with Self-Setting Atomc Time and Vibrating Pillow Speaker
I believe the back of the sensor slides open. There may be a faint arrow on the back that indicates the direction in which you push.
My unit took well over 24 hrs to reset. I think it has to do with the position of the satellite in relation to where you live.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
SOURCE: I have changed the batteries
You will need to take the battery out of the receiving unit first (taking the battery out of place in the clock) and then put it back. This is just an issue of what battery is inserted first. Your outside temp will read again
Posted on Nov 16, 2010
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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.
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