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Wireless rain gauge instructions to reset

Have your amazing OregonScientific Wireless rian gauge Model PCR 122 and changed the batteries on the outside part and can't rest it as we stupidly lost the instructions for this. We love this rain guage and have sold lots for you as it works great here at 3500 feet in the NC mts. Could you emailn us how to reset it at many thanks renee alexander

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Try Googling (Oregon scientific)(PCR 122)(manual) without parens.

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