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I have changed the batteries in both units, but cannot get a reading for the outside temperature. The rest of the indicators work fine. What to do??

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You will need to take the battery out of the receiving unit first (taking the battery out of place in the clock) and then put it back. This is just an issue of what battery is inserted first. Your outside temp will read again

Posted on Nov 16, 2010

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