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Thursday, August 17th 2006, 3:03pm

by jmduke7

You may also want to short out the terminals on the batery clip / or plug (not the battery). This will insure that all power is drained and the cpu can fully be reset.

Wednesday, August 16th 2006, 6:40pm

by jmduke7

The problem is probably unrepairable. You might try to unplug the unit and take out any batteries for about 20 min. Then put all back together and reprogram. Sometimes that helps the processor clear any glitches.

Wednesday, May 31st 2006, 5:44am

by gerald

Clock for Weather Matic 14 Stations

My clock in my timer acts weird these days ... after correcting the time it takes about 12 hours for the clock to be 1 hour ahead. This sure enough screws up any program. I never had problems over the last 6 years with it. I changed the battery, no change.
If the clock would not work at all I could understand but runnig to fast? Any idea how to fix that problem?