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I have a Bushnell 7 day forecaster for about 10 years I love it . Suddenly one morning it lost its signal and no matter where I placed it I would receive a message from the unit no signal found try another location . Loosing my owners manual IN THE BACK OF THE FORECASTER AND THERE IS A SMALL RESET BUTTON ON THE BOTTOM I TOOK A SMALL PIN AND PRESSED THE RESET BUTTON AND IT WORKS PERFECTLY now Hope this can help who ever has this issue , note the smaller five day forecasters do not come with a reset button in the back.
I have very briefly researched the device and find it isn't really a forecaster but a device that receives weather reports and sorts them but it isn't made clear how it accesses those Accuweather reports that are available by smartphone app or internet.
I speculate the device must either use any wireless local area network or it must access the mobile telephone network, which makes little sense as it is supposed to be a free service and mobile internet service providers usually wouldn't give anyone free access.
Perhaps the answer will be found in the device instruction manual.
If it is supposed to work through free access to the mobile telephone network, perhaps the cause is the service providers are flexing their muscles. There was some feeling a few years ago the Accuweather reports should be removed from the public domain and perhaps this is the beginning of a resurgence of that feeling.
This will be due to the batteries being left uncharged for a long period of time. Should ideally be charged once a fortnight for at least 12 hours if the scooter is not used for any period of time. Unfortunately, the only real solution is new batteries.