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Termostat problem We have the old model #44402 002. They say low battery. We put new battery, the screen is scremble. Please help us, what I should to do.

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Try removing the battery and leaving it out for a full minute, then put it back it. SOmetimes it's necessary for electronics to 'settle down' and reset when the power is remove and re-applied too quickly.

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