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catherine walton Posted on Sep 17, 2022
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Auriol radio controlled weather station keeps losing outside temperature

If I reset the batteries in the outside sensor it shows for a few hours but then goes off. The sensor is just outside the window from the main station

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My monitor has a solar panel on outside unit and if you do not use chargeable batteries, because the the regular batteries will not work Good Luck

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    Mike Lann Sep 20, 2022

    In that case I have seen new batteries bad as well as unit bad if it is new to be safe take it back and exchange it for another if it cannot be returned go with the batteries first Good Luck

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