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I have two Oregon Scientific systems. they are interfering.

I have a model BAR888RA with three remote temp. only sensors. I also have an RMR 136HG with three temp + humidity sensors. The BAR888RA is picking up channels 1 and 3 from the RMR 136HG. how can i make the systems independant? they were before, it only began acting up when i changed the batteries in the BAR888RA.

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Two things...
1) press reset on the base unit
2) press and hold for 2-3 seconds the channel button

You should be in business

Posted on Jul 11, 2009

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