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Having same problem. Replaced with good new batteries from 2 different brands and still no go.

La Crosse... | Answered on Jul 08, 2017


There should be controls on the rear for the purpose.

La Crosse... | Answered on Jul 03, 2017


Probably due for battery replacement.

La Crosse... | Answered on Jul 02, 2017


Try Googling (LaCrosse)(WS916OU-IT)(manual) without parens.

La Crosse Radio... | Answered on Jun 25, 2017


The batteries in the outdoor unit may have failed.

La Crosse... | Answered on May 25, 2017


The new batteries could be defective or installed incorrectly. Remove all batteries and start over again. Be sure to let the transmitter initialize and begin sending data before you install the batteries in the receiver. If you can't receive a signal, the transmitter may have failed.
I have an Oregon Scientific receiver that is within line of sight of the transmitter and receives nothing......

La Crosse... | Answered on May 17, 2017


There may be defective batteries or a poor battery connection at the transmitting end.

La Crosse... | Answered on Feb 13, 2017


The instructions for your station call for a specific set up procedure. Batteries should be installed in the transmitter first with time allowed for it to initialize and begin sending data. After installing batteries in the receiver, you should see wind speed and temperature displayed. BUT, here in the real world I have a Lacrosse receiver currently displaying a balmy 67 degrees inside and a not-so-balmy - - outside. I believe the alkaline batteries used in the transmitter lose efficiency or freeze at low temperatures. Warmer weather restores the outside temperature display.

La Crosse... | Answered on Jan 05, 2017


SkyScan 86715:
>Press "SET" once,
>>press "+" until you see your time zone;
-4 ATL-Atlantic
-5 EST-Eastern
-6 CST-Central
-7 MST-Mountain
-8 PST-Pacific
-9 ALA-Alaska
-10
-11
-12
-6MT-?
>Press "SET" once,
DST ON/Off
>Press "SET" once,
US - duh, huh
F - MER-Mercredi, French
E - MIE-Miércoles, Spanish
>Press "SET" once,
>>press "+", for correct hour
>Press "SET" once,
>>press "+", for correct minute
>Press "SET" once,
Range 00-20; 09 = 2009
>Press "SET" once,
Month
>Press "SET" once,
Day
>Press "SET" once,
Day of the Week
>Press "SET" once,
12 or 24 hour
>Press "SET" once,
Fahrenheit or Celsius
>Press "SET" once again - DONE!!!
.
The clock should now display "month/day/day of the week/moon phase/Temperature"
.
NOTE: Moon phase and Seconds will correct on first reception from Coordinated Universal Time (UTC)
.
Lastly,
Press "+" once,
Temperature changes to seconds
>>Press "+" once,
Temperature returns on right-most panel and
seconds replaces day of the week.
>>Press "+" one last time and you are back to done!!!
.
Thanks,
.
peppermyers@yahoo.com

La Crosse Radio... | Answered on Nov 02, 2016

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