I have the same unit and have had the same problem . There should be at least two to three bars on the most upper right hand corner of the screen which pulls in the updated conditions If you have none I have tried , there is a tiny pin hole on the bottom back (center) - with a small pin I stuck it in and the unit rebooted an works fine now
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Place your remote temperature sensor and the inside unit together for about an hour to see if they both read the same or if there is a large difference in the temperatures.
Dashes on the outside temperature reading may indicate that the inside unit is not receiving a signal from the remote. Change the batteries on the remote or change the location of the inside and/or outside units so that they can receive a strong signal between each other.
Your smartphone temperature may be coming from a location that is not near your home. They are often from a weather service. Where is your local temperature sensor located? Is it in the sun? Is it on the south side of the house, or another location where the sun or an air conditioner or other heat source may affect the accuracy of the reading? Try to locate your outside sensor in a shaded location with plenty of ventilation, and away from heat sources.
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Hi Jim, what make/model station do you have? Normally there is a search function on the main unit to find the outdoor unit. After that they should sync and the outdoor temperature will reflect the temperature of where the outdoor sensor is located.
Bring the outside sensor inside. Take the batteries out of the sensor and out of the main unit. Wait 10 minutes. Put the batteries back in the remote sensor. Put the batteries back in the main unit. Do not touch any of the buttons. Wait 10 minutes. If the remote temperature is not showing within 10 minutes, try again. Once the remote temperature is showing, you can set the clock.