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Temperature in/out 911711; changed batteries on bothe indoor and outdoor units. Outdoor temp not registering on indoor unit.

  • Remove all batteries
  • Install batteries in outdoor unit and allow it to initialize and begin sending data.
  • Install batteries in indoor unit. You should see outdoor temperature displayed
If not, either unit or both may be defective

Aug 07, 2017 | Measuring Tools & Sensors

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Changed batteries and now cannot get an outdoor do I fix this?

  • Remove all batteries
  • Install batteries in outdoor unit
  • Make your way indoors at a leisurely pace. This allows the outdoor unit to initialize and begin sending data
  • Install batteries in indoor unit. You should see outdoor temperature displayed
In cold weather, the outdoor temperature display may disappear due to frozen batteries. At the moment my reading is - - because it is around 40 deg. F. However, in a day or two when the outdoor temperature reaches 50 deg., the outdoor temperature will be displayed again. All in all, rather whimsical.

Jan 22, 2017 | Measuring Tools & Sensors

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Replace batteries for stanley 95-112 flashlight

95-112B - Stanley Tripod Flashlight battery replacement is in the center chamber. Open the three legs, then put your fingers around the bottom part of the center chamber and turn counter-clock wise. Wella put in 3 new AA Batteries.

Apr 14, 2014 | Stanley 3in1 Tripod LED Flashlight 95155

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Put on a pair of gloves. Then, using needle nose pliers grasp the battery and pull it out. If it's too far down to reach with needle nose, or if the corrosion has "welded" it to the inside of the flashlight, find a flat head screwdriver or stiff wire coat hanger or other tool/object that will reach and is stiff enough to pry the offending battery loose. Once it's broken free, turn it upside down and let the battery fall out on its own. The important thing now is, if you plan on using the flashlight again, cleaning out the inside thoroughly of all corrosive residue. This is particularly important on the metal battery/power contacts. A wire brush should suffice for the inside of the flashlight. Sand paper or file will work for the contacts. Attach to the tip of a screwdriver if you need to reach deep to get them clean. Baking soda will neutralize the battery acid. Finally, remember to recycle the offending battery not throw it out with the regular garbage.

Dec 12, 2013 | MagLite Mag-Lite& Flashlight

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JD LT 133 removing 38"

Raise the mower off the floor then put the deck down on it's lowest settings. Hope that works.

Oct 18, 2017 | Sport & Outdoor - Others

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What tools are required to replace a timing belt on a 1998dodge avenger 2.5 litre

My list to tackle this for any car:
maint. manual (Haynes manual perhaps - $20 any auto parts store) - telling timing mark
alignment procedure & marks, including whether or not engine is an interference-running
engine (or not).
pulley puller(s) - several
serpentine belt removal kit - if needed, try Loan-a-tool program at Advance/Autozone
socket set - with extensions, U-joints, English/metric - extensive version
general tool kit - extensive version, including flashlight with spare batteries
lighting - I like (2) 120V utility lights on extension cords (one high & one low)
cardboard sheets (to lay upon while under car)
newspaper - to absorb any dripped fluids (there are always drips)
shade tree - so a multi-day project needn't be done in direct sunlight
tarp - to cover everything in case of rain
key to car - to lock toolboxes inside car trunk during lunch/overnight
cardboard trays - hold tools/parts in logical groups atop engine while job in progress
sheet(s)/cardboard sheet(s) -protect car upholstery in case you want to put something in the interior
paper towels (roll), rags
work-type clothing - something that can get dirty
trash bags (smaller shopping bag type) - for disposables/dirty parts

Mar 27, 2011 | Dodge Avenger Cars & Trucks

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LED Flashlight Battery Drain Problem

This particular flashlight uses a microchip that consumes the power of the batteries, whether in use or not. Loosen the case to where the batteries go in, so there is no contact with polarity. Or just take the batteries out completely and replace them for actual use.


Apr 05, 2009 | Stinger Streamlight 75000

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