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My Taylor Thermo Sensor model THR138 isn't working properly. Each unit does display the temperature for that particular unit, however the inside unit doesn't show the outside temperature reading. It only show's a series of dashes where the outside temperature should be displayed. I've changed the batteries in both the outside and inside units, cleared both units, and am stumped. Thanks for any help.

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    julieaimhoff Sep 17, 2012

    I have the same problem...batteries have been changed...any other suggetions?

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Check the batteries in the main unit. If they get low it will only show dashes for the remote sensors.

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