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Will not charge or luminate main light
the small lights on when you switch?Try to switch the small lights together with the main light at the same time..If the small light will off when you switch the main light is meaning that the batery is too weak.Thus you need to charge,but your one problem is that it doesnt charge?Check the wire if it has cut or loosen connector.Most of the problem about charger is the wire itself due to a regular shagling or moving during a charge will perform.If the wire is good,next to check is the fuse.,Finally,if all these mention parts are good,you must check the Rectifier Diode if it is shorted.If not,then you need to replace the batery because the problem is that it is not charging,but it is not storing a power on your batery.
On the other hand,,if at the same time you switch the lights and the small light is still on but the main light is still doesnt work: check if there is a fuse and see if it is open,or check the main bulb itself because maybe it was opened too?
I have a BDS 300 sensor and have lost instructions
I just bought one too and instructions need deciphering. Select wood or metal with selector switch. Put unit flat against wall. Press and hold on/off button on left. (It looks like it must be kept pressed in at all times to be 'on' and when released it's 'off). The unit with calibrate and give a beep back and lower red LED will stay on. Move unit slowly left/right and more red LEDs light up until green is on. This is 1st edge. Mark it with pencil. Move unit along until Green is off and down to single LED. Then move it back in opp. direction until Green is on again. This is 2nd edge. Attached is a scan of page from Instruction Manual. Quality is lowish as attachment limit here is 150kb.
I have a Digitech XC0436 Weather Station.
Remove the batteries from both units for a couple of hours. Replace the indoor unit battery and then the outdoor battery. This will effect a reset of sorts. Don't forget your rainfall can be different to someone 600 meters away. Having said that 100mm / 4 3/4" difference is a lot.
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