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My indoor/outdoor temperature unit no longer will display outdoor temperatures

I replaced batteries in the main unit and the sensor, reset both units, cleaned up the sensor. Still doesn't give me outdoor temperatures. It's cold here -10F. Could that be part of the problem. It4 has worked under these conditions in the past. Do I need a anew outdoor sensor, or a totally new unit, or do I have to be patient until it warms around here. could be months the way it's going lately!

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Have you let the sensor synch while it was inside near the base unit after changing the batteries? lithium batteries work best in the cold

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