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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Temperature sensor
I have this clock and just finished getting it all working again. At first I kept messing around with the AAA batteries in the remote unit, finally realized there were AA batts in the back of the main clock/display unit. Replaced those, pressed the reset button next to the battery compartment. Pressed the reset button on the remote unit (it's under the back lid next to the AAA battery compartment). Little red light on the remote unit started flashing and remote temp showed on the main display. Then you have to wait for atomic time to reset itself or set the time and other display options manually - I kept messing around with the various buttons until I figured out how to do this (atomic time never reset) - start by holding down the smaller "AL" button on the top next to the big snooze/light button, use top two side buttons for up/down, use the AL button to go to next setting.
Posted on Aug 27, 2009
I had the exact same problem, and found the answer on the Chaney Instrument FAQ page. There's no real
solution, but here is the explanation:
Q: My wireless weather station periodically beeps, why?
A: Make sure that any alert and/or alarm features are deactivated first. Constant, sporadic beeping is generally due to the unit’s ability to detect a foreign radio frequency of another wireless unit when that unit transmits a signal. Wireless devices that may cause beeping but are not limited to these devices are; scanners; computers w/wireless keyboard/mouse; or other wireless weather instruments. Essentially, any wireless devices transmitting on a radio frequency have the potential to interfere with each other. Limit the amount of wireless devices to lesson the chance of interference. When beeping occurs, one device will need to be deactivated.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
On the SPC595, there were no specific instructions to set time zone, either (default was Pacific, I'm in Eastern), so I'm hoping that what worked on this will work on your unit:
Try hitting the "UP arrow" when the clock is NOT in a setting mode. This is not referenced in any "setting time" area but rather the area of the instructions that tells you what each button does. My manual (if you can call it that) says the following:
In setting mode, press it to increase the setting value. Press it to switch the time zone P/M/C/E"
Posted on Oct 12, 2014
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