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Check battery status indicator on main weather station of remote unit. If no indication, replace battery in remote unit. If battery is good then check "channel setting" of remote unit to make sure the channel setting on remote unit matches the "channel" setting on main unit. many weather stations will take up to 3 or 4 remote units and they must use different channels to relay the remote imfo to the main weather station unit.
Hi Jim, what make/model station do you have? Normally there is a search function on the main unit to find the outdoor unit. After that they should sync and the outdoor temperature will reflect the temperature of where the outdoor sensor is located.
Bring the outside sensor inside. Take the batteries out of the sensor and out of the main unit. Wait 10 minutes. Put the batteries back in the remote sensor. Put the batteries back in the main unit. Do not touch any of the buttons. Wait 10 minutes. If the remote temperature is not showing within 10 minutes, try again. Once the remote temperature is showing, you can set the clock.
Bring the outdoor sensor indoors. Take the batteries out of the sensor and out of the main unit. Wait 10 minutes. Put the batteries back in the outdoor sensor. Put the batteries back in the main unit. DO NOT PRESS ANY BUTTONS. Wait 10 minutes or until the outdoor temperature shows. Once the temperature shows you may use the buttons to set the clock, etc. If it does not show after 10 minutes, then try again.
Try pushing the reset button on the inside of the battery compartment of the remote unit then push the reset button on the back of the main unit (you'll need a paperclip or tooth pick to push the buttons). If that fails I'd start from scratch by removing the batteries from both the remote unit and the main unit then replace the batteries to the remote unit first and push reset, then replace the batteries to the main unit and if necessary push the reset button on the main unit too. Hope this helps.
Bring the outdoor sensor inside. Take batteries out of both the sensor and the main unit. Wait 10 minutes. Put batteries in remote sensor. Then put batteries in main unit. Don't touch any of the buttons for 10 minutes or until the outdoor temperature is displayed. If still not displayed after 10 minutes then try again.
This problem could arise due to various reasons 1)Replace the batteries in remote sensors When the batteries are properly installed, the remote weather sensor will resume sending signals to the main unit.To enforce an immediate remote signals search, press and hold DOWN on the main unit.
2)Remote thermo-hygrometer sensor could be weak in sending the signal about weather Forecast.Test it properly.
3)Reset the unit and check
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