Taylor Measuring Tools & Sensors - Recent Questions, Troubleshooting & Support
How to change time on Taylor Precision Products Wireless Digital Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer FCC ID WEC 1502
The Clock display is located at the top of the base unit's LCD screen. The clock has alarm and snooze functions.
A) Clock Setting
1. Press and hold the "SET" button on the back of the base unit for 3 seconds to enter Clock Setting Mode. The year digits flash in place of the clock digits.
2. Press the "+" or "-" button to change the year. Press "SET" to confirm. The month digits flash.
3. Press the "+" or "-" button to change the month. Press "SET" to confirm. The date digits flash.
4. Press the "+" or "-" button to change the date. Press "SET" to confirm. The Day/Month ("D M") or Month/Day
("M D") selection flashes.
5. Press the "+" or "-" button to toggle between Day/Month and Month/Day format. Press "SET" to confirm. A language selection flashes under the "DAY" icon to the left of the clock digits.
6. Press the "+" or "-" button to toggle between language selections*. Press "SET" to confirm the displayed language. Time zone offset digits flash in place of the clock.
7. Press the "+" or "-" button until the correct time zone offset** appears (-12 to +12). Press "SET to confirm the displayed time zone offset. "12 Hr" or "24 Hr" flashes.
8. Press the "+" or "-" button to toggle between 12 and 24 hour clock mode. Press "SET" to confirm.
The hour and minute digits reappear. The hour digits flash.
9. Press the "+" or "-" button to change the hours. Press "SET" to confirm. The minute digits flash.
10. Press the "+" or "-" button to change the minutes. Press "SET" to confirm. The hour and minute digits stop flashing. The clock is set.
on Nov 04, 2019
Outdoor sensor says HHH
My outdoor thermometer transmitter was sending hhh instead of the current temperature. I opened it up a bit and sprayed it with compressed air (Ultra Duster or similar product) to clean the temperature sensor. It has worked fine since then.
on May 19, 2019
Taylor 3516 battery replacement
The battery is a "G10-A CNB." To replace it, you need a flat surface, a good light, and a pair of tweezers or a small (i.e., jeweler's) screwdriver. A magnifying glass is also helpful to see how the battery is mounted.
1. Make sure the thermometer is turned off.
2. Find the side with the indentation and pry the upper half of the thermometer (the face) away from the body. The two are attached by a pair of wires. Be careful not to detach these during the remaining steps.
3. The battery is held in by a circular metal cover that is the same size and shape as the battery. The clip is soldered to the circuit board on opposite sides. Imagining that the solder points are at North and South of a compass, there will be two small flaps on the cover at the East and West positions. These are folded over the side of the battery and help hold it in place.
4. To remove the battery, push the battery near one of the flaps and force it out the opposite side of the clip where the other flap is. It may be necessary to pry up the opposite flap a bit before doing this.
5. Reverse the previous step to slide the replacement battery in under the clip.
6. Press the face of the thermometer back onto the body.
7. Turn the thermometer on to check whether the new battery is working.
on Nov 07, 2018
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