Re: [wuhu_software_group] Re: La Crosse 2316 temp sensor dead
- I remember that my system used telephone wires between the temp sensor and the base unit. My suggestion would be to get a new wire from Radio Shack or Walmart and test with that. You can try a shorter wire if you have a telephone you can disconnect and temporarily move the temp sensor to within reach of the base unit. Wires can corrode at the connection or under the plastic, so a visual check may not find the problem. I am having a similar problem with the battery cables in my older car.
I did a quick check of the wires but not a thorough one. Guess that will be my next step. Aside from that, are there any other suggestions? Is pressing the "+" button for 2 seconds until it beeps the only step I need to take to try and re-establish the connection between the sensor and the base unit? Any way to test the sensor to see whether it's that or the wires - like with a multi-testor? Would just like to isolate the problem and not just throw the baby out with the bathwater. Thanks!
--- In mailto:wuhu_software_group%40yahoogroups.com, "chris" <chrisv78@...> wrote:
>checked the wires? Make sure the connections have not corroded and that the wires did not get pinched somewhere.
> Just an idea â" have you
> Subject: [wuhu_software_group] La Crosse 2316 temp sensor deadsensor? Mine died about a week ago. The wind speed, direction, rain gauge and base unit are all functioning otherwise. I'm running a wired connection (so batteries aren't the issue) and have tried to reset the base by unplugging it and pressing the "+" button, but no luck.
> Any ideas on reviving a La Crosse 2316 thermo-hygrometer