Question about Heating & Cooling
I have a baxi 5117391 thermostat which when it flashes yellow says low battery therefore I've went to replace the battery with numerous other batteries which are the same AA alkaline LR6/AA even bought the exact same battery and still no joy, if I put one new battery in with one old it works but then flashes yellow again but when I go to put the 2 new batteries in, the ticker goes very fast and it doesn't work (clock nor heating) ive tried resetting and pressing the reset button along with the button on the boiler to connect but still no joy when there are 2 brand new batteries inserted therefore I currently have a low battery with one new battery how do I go about changing both so it's not low and so it works?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
A search of the Fujifilm website provided no answers. Try cleaning the battery contacts in the camera first with a pencil eraser and then with a cotton swab lightly dampened with rubbing alcohol. Also, I would switch to 3 or 4 sets of rechargeable batteries. That way, you always have a fresh set ready and you'll save money in the long run.
Posted on Dec 15, 2010
Mine is a different brand but looks similar if yours has a drop down panel which you open to set the times and to alter for winter summer in this panel you will see a very small hole Take a ballpoint and insert in the hole and press this is a reset button that the electrician told me about when mine went wrong it is not marked but it is a tiny button inset in the hole
Posted on Apr 12, 2014
Testimonial: "Hi Heather....I have just checked and unfortunately this one doesn't have a reset like that which is annoying as that may just have done the trick!"
According to the manual for the model series (see link), only the T8002 Model has batteries. They are accessed from the right side of the thermostat. See page 14.
Posted on Jan 10, 2015
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