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What causes the temp reading of LL.L? - SkyScan 86742 Digital Atomic Wall Clock

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The SkyScan temperatures only register a certain range, typically -4F to 158F. If it is below this range, it will read LL.L and above it will read HH.H. However, I have been having trouble with mine reading the correct temp, so I often get very whacky numbers, and LL.L is becoming more frequent. Hope that helps!

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