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There is one of those keyhole slots in the back to drop over a nail or screw. I placed a bit of blue tack at the bottom to stop it swinging.
By chris corry on 14 May 2015
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I have found I have to be quite precise where I place my inside monitor. In hindsight I probably wouldn't have bought this,but am putting up with it,rather than go through the hassle of returning. I bought top of the range Duracell batteries,but still have the same problem. Never had any trouble with my old Oregon one,… see more I have found I have to be quite precise where I place my inside monitor. In hindsight I probably wouldn't have bought this,but am putting up with it,rather than go through the hassle of returning. I bought top of the range Duracell batteries,but still have the same problem. Never had any trouble with my old Oregon one,where I can place my monitor and sensor anywhere I like and still get a connection. see less
By Colin Garthwaite on 07 June 2014
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Hello,
Thank you for your question, the outdoor sensor is WEATHERPROOF not WATERPROOF.
Some shelter is needed if you believe it will be in direct sunlight or will be exposed to excessive rainfall.… see more
Hello,
Thank you for your question, the outdoor sensor is WEATHERPROOF not WATERPROOF.
Some shelter is needed if you believe it will be in direct sunlight or will be exposed to excessive rainfall.
Included in the item will be 3 screws to mount the sensor to a location using the back plate (this clips onto the sensor).
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By The UK Weather Store SELLER on 08 January 2015
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I purchased my ClimeMET CM9088 in August 2013 and inserted Duracell Plus Batteries in both the outside sensor and the Main Unit and have not had to change batteries yet.
By James Mombrun on 06 April 2014
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Yes, and yes.
By Objectivity on 21 January 2016
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The device only shows maximum/minimum temperature/humidity recorded. The device has to be manually set to zero if you wish to record specific time frames.
By MacSpot on 09 April 2017
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I decided that it might not be possible to turn the alarm off so did not set one. Looking at page 16 the para which starts 'When the desired ...' goes on to say that after setting the alarm value press the ALARM key to choose if the alarm is on or off, (so press it 2x if necessary), then press the SET key to confirm th… see more I decided that it might not be possible to turn the alarm off so did not set one. Looking at page 16 the para which starts 'When the desired ...' goes on to say that after setting the alarm value press the ALARM key to choose if the alarm is on or off, (so press it 2x if necessary), then press the SET key to confirm the setting. You then press the SET key several times to toggle through the remaining alarm modes until the normal display is shown. Nesst paragraph says '... press the SNOOZE/LIGHT key or leave the keys alone for 10 seconds and the alarm mode will return to Normal Mode, (which I think means that no alarm is set, but that is a guess). I hope this works, if not then contact the manufacturer at www.climemet.com. see less
By Viv on 16 February 2017
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If you don't mind the fact that the outside bit never, ever connected to the inside bit......!!
By Arthur Baron on 12 June 2015
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Thanks for getting in touch - sorry to hear about this issue!
This unit uses radio-controlled time broadcast from Frankfurt, Germany, so by default it will pick up a signal that will be one hour fast in the UK. If you set the time manually, it will still ultimately receive this radio-signal and overwrite the manual ti… see more
Thanks for getting in touch - sorry to hear about this issue!
This unit uses radio-controlled time broadcast from Frankfurt, Germany, so by default it will pick up a signal that will be one hour fast in the UK. If you set the time manually, it will still ultimately receive this radio-signal and overwrite the manual time setting, so it will give you the impression that the time is 'jumping' forward one hour!
You'll need to do the following:
- Hold the 'SET' key found in the middle of the device under the screen for 3 seconds - you should see that the time is replaced by a flashing '0'
- While the '0' is flashing, press the '-' key found on the right-hand side of the console, and this should change to '-1'
- Once this has been changed, simply leave the unit along for around 20 seconds and it will revert back to the main screen
You should now see that the unit is showing you the correct time for use in the UK. Essentially, setting the time zone back one hour will compensate for the international time difference between here and Germany, where it is picking up the signal from. By doing it this way (instead of setting the time manually) it will still ensure that the unit remains highly accurate, as it will communicate with the radio-tower daily to maintain accuracy, but will now also take off one hour so that it is showing you the correct time readings.
Hope this helps! If you have further questions please make sure to let us know by emailing us directly if you have any further questions or concerns.
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By The UK Weather Store SELLER on 08 January 2015