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I have inherited a IT-915 MHz wireless temp. station--the batteries in outside sensor were taken out but still in box-can i put them back in at this time to reset the sensor and how to set them ?

Which way do the batteries go back in--with positive and negative?

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You shoud use new batteries because you dont know how old the ones that are present are. You should also use lithium battteries in the weather station sensors because they last longer and have better low temp response. The batteries should have marks on them that correspond with the marks inside the sensors.

Posted on Mar 10, 2013

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I had the same problem and finally found my manual. Here's what to do, everyone!

1. Take back panel off the sending unit, where the three batteries are, by unscrewing the 4 phillips head screws (assuming you, like I, had put the screws back in after installing new batteries). You will see a little gray button in a hole above where the batteries are; the little button is one you can push down with the same phillips screwdriver you took the 4 screws out with - don't do this yet.

2. Now, hold down the "channel" button on front of receiver panel for 2 sec, until the dash in the "ch" box and the place where the temp is supposed to be starts blinking.

3. Now, while these indicia are blinking on the panel, push the little gray button down and hold it for 2 seconds. This causes the transmitter to "register" with the receiver. You should now see a 1 in the "ch" box and get a temp reading.

4. Put screws back on, put receiver where you want it, proceed with rest of your life.

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