Question about GE 75295 Clock Radio
Hi I finally got around to installing the remote weather station that came with the radio. I live in Canada where it is know to get below freezing in the winter, and therefore I used the wire sensor outside and left the remote unit in the house. I used an existing thought the wall hole ? to the door bell ? and mounted the the remote beside the door on the inside wall. I then placed the sensor within the door bell button housing. The door bell still works. The unit was working fine until I did this. It has been displaying the HHH symbol were the temperature would be. What is the HHH symbol indicate? ? as I bought this at Christmas for my wife, I have misplaced the owners manual. Could the trouble be electrical interference from the doorbell wires? Any suggestions or solutions are welcomed.
This means that the read is over the HIGH limit of the sensor, perhaps is too hot there. Change it to another location. josemaX
Posted on Mar 21, 2008
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