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We purchased an indoor/outdoor wireless thermomter Model # RMR382A and cannot figure out how to silence the alarm. It goes off randomly. How do we silence this alarm?

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  • HELLTOGO Mar 07, 2008

    YOUR LIST OF PRODUCTS TO CHOOSE TROUBLESHOOTING INFORMATION DOES NOT INCLUDE WIRELESS INDOOR/OUTDOOR THERMOMETERS. HOW DO WE GET INFO ON THAT PRODUCT?

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The device has two different alarms: One is based on the time and one is based on temperature.

To disable the time alarm:

  1. Press the Alarm button on the front until the "bell icon" on the display disappears.
To disable the temperature alarm:
  1. Press and hold the "Temp Hi/Lo" button.
  2. Use the arrow buttons to select the high/low temperature alarm.
  3. Press the "Temp Hi/Lo" button again.
  4. Use the arrow button to select "Off".
  5. Press the "Temp Hi/Lo" button again.
Please refer to the owner's manual as a reference. Hope that helps!

Posted on Mar 07, 2008

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