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I am not getting any CO2 and pressure readings from my Netatmo Indoor module. What is wrong?

I stopped getting CO2 and pressure readings from my Netatmo indoor module recently. I am still able to get temperature and humidity readings from both the indoor and outdoor modules. Touching the top of the indoor module shows a green light which according to the manual indicated that the CO2 level is good. What is wrong and can I repair the module please? Any way of opening the module and cleaning it if possible? Thanks

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