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Why does this model ''whp12a02oba000c'' read low batterie? If there is a batterie where is it located?

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Vulcan Powerhouse or similar???
Batteries (3xAA) are in the thermostat on the wall. Undo 2 screws at bottom of control and pull open from the bottom.

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Hi Anonymous, perform the following tests:
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3. Make sure all connections are clean and tight especially the negative cable at both ends.
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