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Replaced batteries in both transmitter then w/station. Latter then started clicking & all items on screen flash on and off with the "clicking". Nothing functions or can be programmed.

Took me at least 30 minutes to close off the sender battery cover before coming onside to change the batteries in the w/station. Both sets of batteries were AA 1.5v. Unit is several years old & don't have an instruction manual.

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Try putting the batteries in the weather station first and then the sender units.

Let me know make and model and I'll see if I can find a manual.

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