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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: dashes in my outdoor weather reading of Oregon Scientific station

The signals are not being received by the main unit. Try to reposition the unit or move it to a different location. Also make sure the antenna is in the clear and not next to any thing like a cordess phone or charger as these can make RF noise that can block or cover the needed signals.

Posted on Feb 11, 2010

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First thing to do is remove all batteries. After you do that, insert the new batteries into your receiver unit. After a few seconds, insert the batteries into first sensor (-> ch 1) After first sensor has connected (beep from receiver) insert the batteries into second sensor. Click on the link below to access the user manual for the WS303G

http://www.atech.hk/

Posted on Oct 19, 2010

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SOURCE: I have a Sharp SPC502

Try pushing the reset button on the inside of the battery compartment of the remote unit then push the reset button on the back of the main unit (you'll need a paperclip or tooth pick to push the buttons). If that fails I'd start from scratch by removing the batteries from both the remote unit and the main unit then replace the batteries to the remote unit first and push reset, then replace the batteries to the main unit and if necessary push the reset button on the main unit too. Hope this helps.

Posted on Jan 02, 2011

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SOURCE: Sharp Weather Station Model SPC344 The outside

After inserting the batteries, DO NOT set the time until the OUTSIDE temperature registers. That's the trick.

Posted on Nov 06, 2011

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SOURCE: Ultronic clock. weather station, where does it get the temp

There must be an outside sensor somewhere, usually a small white plastic box, some have a display, some don't.

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