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My thgr122nx is not transmitting to the RMR203HGA base unit.

There is no sign that it is transmitting. The readout on the unit is correct, the batteries are in and I set it to channel two and hit the reset button. The red light in the front blinks every few seconds, so it believes it's tramsmitting. The base unit picks up the transmissions of the included temperature-only sensor.

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Remote handsets must be synchronized with the base unit. The remote charging stand will not perform this function. If the handset goes dead or the battery disconnected and reconnected, you must return the handset to the base unit and cradle it so it can be identified and synchronized to the base unit.

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Choppy Transmit - People cannot understand your or complain you break up....


Choppy Transmit is a common problem in this model phone. It is important to remember that you cannot hear the problem in the phone that has the problem as it is only in the transmitted signal. The problem is usually intermittent and effected by heat and humidity changes as well as vibration. If you experience the problem it will not permanently go away on it's own and will only get worse. As Choppy Transmit progresses, not only will your callers be extremely annoyed, bit it will start to effect the operation of the phone. The base unit will loose communication with the handset and may report it as out of range. You should also be aware that the base unit can also have the same problem. When your base unit has Choppy Transmit it will effect the sound quality in all, or most, of your cordless handsets. Once again... you cannot hear the problem in the phone that has the problem. This will often confuse people into repairing or replacing the wrong part. If you have noticed a problem with Choppy Transmit you will need to have the phone serviced. It will never just go away and you can never tell when it has returned.

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Oregon scientific model no rar186 how to set up outdoors sensor


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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Remote sensor (thn122) not working, batteries changed, terminals cleaned


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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Galaxy 88hl frequency display only has decimal point, channel readout fine


on the face plate is a button for the counter ,try pushing it several times to see if the dot moves. As long as the channel display is reading the correct channel you should be ok but you want to correct this problem . If you can't correct it contact Galaxy and they will have a tech talk to you.

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Why does ONLY one out the 17 windows / doors transmitter give a FAILURE signal only when THE temperature falls BELOW 50 degrees fahrenheit?


crystal based transmitters and some pll based transmitters can stop transmitting or change their frequency sufficiently during hot or cold temperature excursions causing them to go outside the monitored range fo the base receiver which looks like them going off line to the control panel. This is a sign that the particular sensor has a bad or out of spec component in the transmitter board of the sensor. You can resolve the issue by either replacing that unit or by reassigning it to an area that maintains a more moderate temperature profile. Replacing it is generally the best bet so that if it dwells on the cusp of being within the correct frequency range it could cause a false alarm under the right conditions.

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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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Receivers complain about squeeling noise from my midland 1001z when I transmit. Is this an RF Gain setting problem?


I had the same (squealing) problem on transmit with the Midland 1001Z when I used it indoors as a base unit. The problem was my power supply: it broke into oscillation when drawing more than 150 mA at 13.8V. The 1001Z draws about 150 mA on Receive, and much more (but only about 900 mA) on Transmit. If using the 1001Z as a base unit, I suggest you power it with a fully-charged car battery indoors, or test your power supply to check if it can't supply the required 1 Amp, approx., on Transmit. It's a GREAT radio, just give it a good power supply. My power supply was defective out of the box, but now I have a good one and get great reports on signal strength and audio quality. Remarkable, for the low price and 3 year warranty. Good luck!

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Plantronics CS55. When using the wireless headset


Echo is usually caused by the transmit (speak) level on the unit being set too high.

1. First, try lowering the volume of the telephone. If you still hear an echo, adjust the volume of the headset itself.

2. The master transmit controls of the headset are the ABCD switch settings on the bottom of the base. A is the lowest and D is the highest setting.

3. You can fine tune this setting with the plus (+) and minus (-) buttons on the back of the charging base.

4. If this doesn't fix the echo, try moving the configuration dial on the left side of the charging base. The recommended setting for most phones is 1.

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My ge humidifer AHH140LK61 is showing a "P1" readout


Unit is defrosting – Allow the unit time
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