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On BAR 182Hg How do I get the Main Unit to take readings at a remote sensor's location.It only shows old location readings.

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SOURCE: remotes don't work

on the battery pack of the remote there is a red button that says sync and there is a red button on the console by the sd card port press both of the buttons at the same time and it will work.

Posted on Mar 07, 2009

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(2)
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