20 Most Recent Springfield 91455 Wireless Digital Outdoor Thermometer and Clock Questions & Answers


I can understand when it is very cold outside, the voltage of the battery drops below the point is can service the transmitter (in the thermometer). But if night temperature is not below zero that can't be the cause.
Be aware, even batteries that come with a new device, can be "old". you never know what the battery had to last, before you put it in the device.
I would advice to buy a new battery for the thermometer. Look in the manual, for what the manufacturer advices. But never use manganese (Zinc-Carbon) batteries. Although the alkaline batteries perform bad in cold, it could be the best choice.

Springfield... | Answered on Jan 05, 2015


The same as when you have two radio stations on the same channel or frequency. The receiver wants so receive them both, resulting in a scrambled and useless signal in the receiver.
It won't work.
If the system can work with more than one (wireless) thermometer each will have an own channel number. and you will have to switch on the display to read one or the other.

Springfield... | Answered on Jan 05, 2015


I also reset my 91455 today. Go online to Springfield precise temp manual 91455

Springfield... | Answered on Sep 27, 2014


After 3 months and 4 emails to Springfield they finally responded and told me to buy my probe on Amazon. I can't find one on Amazon, do you have any suggestions or know of where I can purchase one?

Springfield... | Answered on Dec 11, 2013


Steve, thanks for that info on the reset button , I go through this every time I change batteries. I put a note on the back of my Springfield temp now.

Springfield... | Answered on Nov 11, 2020


Is there a question here? Google is your friend. Use it.

Springfield... | Answered on Feb 24, 2019


Battery ok? First to check. Clean the terminaks

Springfield... | Answered on Dec 26, 2017


Two possibilities, one with boiling hot water the other with some ice cubes in a cup.

immerse the thermometer in a jar of boiling water and adjust the themeometer to read 100C or 212F hold it down witha piece of adehasive tape firmly and glue it.

Or imerse it a jar of ice with water so that the ice begins to melt and adjust the themometer murcury line to line up with 0C or 32F firmly with tape and glue it in place.

You are done

Springfield... | Answered on Mar 01, 2017

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