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My Oregon Scientific model # BAR338PA is performing excellent, in the table display. My problem is that the ceiling display is not working. There is no projection of the date and temperature on the ceiling. I have replaced the batteries but that did nothing. I better get it working.

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SOURCE: Installer of oregon digital camera model DS6618

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SOURCE: Wireless thermo clock not reading outside temp

I've had a similar problem with another model, an Oregon Scientific Model IWA-80055 Wireless Thermo Clock, in which when I replaced the batteries in the remote sensor, the clock would not read the temperature from the remote sensor.
I found it fairly consistent to solve this by taking a battery out of place in the clock and putting it back in.  Unfortunately this also messed up the clock's time and date.  This is also in the instructions catalogue for the device, check and see if yours gives a similar solution.

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Posted on Dec 20, 2009

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SOURCE: Operating Instructions Model No BA218

Setting the time and calendar
1. Press the [TIME] button once to enter Time Mode. The display shows the current time with hour, minutes, and seconds digits.
2. Press and hold the [SET] button for more than one second. The "Hour" digits of the time will begin flashing.
3. While the "Hour" digits are flashing, press the [^] or [down] button to set the desired hour time. Note: Press the [^] or [down] button once to advance the setting forward or backward by one digit. Pressing the [^] or [down] for more than one second will accelerate the forward or backward setting at a higher rate.
4. When the desired hour time is reached, press the [SET] button again. The "Hour" setting will be confirmed and the "Minute" digits will begin flashing.
5. While the "Minute" digits are flashing, press the [^] or [down] button to set the desired minute time.
6. When the desired minute time is reached, press the [SET] button again. The "Minute" setting will be confirmed and the "Year" digits will begin flashing.
7. While the "Year" digits are flashing, press the [^] or [down] button to set the desired year.
8. When the desired year is reached, press the [SET] button again. The "Year" setting will be confirmed and the "Month" digits will begin flashing.
9. While the "Month" digits are flashing, press the [^] or [down] button to set the desired Month.
10. When the desired month is reached, press the [SET] button again. The "Month" setting will be confirmed and the "Date" digits will begin flashing.
11. While the "Date" digits are flashing, press the [^] or [down] button to set the desired Date.
12. When the desired date is reached, press the [SET] button again. The "Date" setting will be confirmed and the calendar setting is complete.

Posted on Feb 10, 2010

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you can go to http://www2.oregonscientific.com/assets/manuals2/bar338pa.pdf to see or print the user's manual.

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*note: you need to do this anytime you change the batteries.

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7) after you push reset & set the time zone do NOT touch any other buttons to set anything!!! (I know it's difficult to leave things alone, but just sit on your hands). Pushing the "clock" button or the up & down arrows will stop the radio signal & change to manual functions. Look at the signal icon mentioned in 5) and 6) above. If you only have the bare antennae icon. . . . . go ahead & set the time/date yourself. You have no signal.

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