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Wind direction on my brand new wmr80a is about 90 degrees off . I have tried taping the vane pointing directly north and resetting after doing a battery disconnect and searching with the base. this did not reset the pointer on the base to No. Also, I noticed tonight, some segments of the numerals of the clock are missing and the time is incorrect and not communicating. This is a new problem and all had been working fine except wind direction since Christmas.Please reassure me these are minor problems that can be calibrated or corrected. Batteries are brand new lithium.

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Unfortunately as much as i would like to reassure you, unfortunately, these symptoms, indicate that there is some internal microprocessor problem, and the unit should be taken in for a repair/service.
Ask for a "Quote" for any re;pair to be done.

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