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Ice alarm I have a Model: RMR382A Outdoor Thermometer and I would like to disable the Ice Alert alarm because it is driving me nuts. I will hit a button to stop the ringing and 10 minutes later it will start ringing again. I looked in my instruction booklet and it does not state any way to turn it off. Please help me. Thanks!!

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  1. Press and hold the "Temp Hi/Lo" button.
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  3. Press the "Temp Hi/Lo" button again.
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