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My remote temperature keeps flashing -67 degrees with an alarm, but the temperature that the probe is receording is not -67 degrees.

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Sounds like wrong probe type got programmed into unit.

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My name is Peter. I am a retired field service refrigeration.
The alarm light is a good thing. It is telling you that something is wrong. Generally, the alarm goes off when there is a temperature problem in either the freezer section or your fresh food section.
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