January 1, 2015 at 4:26 pm #8296RayKeymaster
I think sometimes it looses a battery connection and needs to be reset. Make sure the batteries are good then put the remote transmitter ones in first, and then the clock unit. It may still work. 🙂January 1, 2015 at 4:27 pm #8297AnonymousInactive
I have the Lacrosse units as well, the battery in the remote sensor usually dies first. You put a new battery in the sensor, remove the batteries from the clock and then reinstall them. Should work again.January 1, 2015 at 6:51 pm #8298
Thanks guys but I’ve been through a couple of changes of batteries trying to make it work. This clock is about 13 years old and I think it’s just tired of listening to the sensor. The rest of the clock still works great, but the digits on the remote side gradually quit working until it finally just gave up.January 8, 2015 at 8:15 pm #8380Bob and NancyMember
Time for a new entry here>>> When I got up this morning it was +2F, thankfully without any wind!! Now at 10:15 pm it is 20. Still cold at 10 times the morning temp!! Miss Lilly has all of her water lines blown out and drains anti-frozen! No worries here, mates! Next January will be a totally different story though so the freeze up you experienced Norma has helped us prepare for that time. Thank you! 🙂January 9, 2015 at 6:36 am #8386
Put a blanket over the door and bubblewrap the windows. My two best tips. 🙂January 9, 2015 at 9:06 am #8391Eddie & AileenParticipant
Think we got you beat this morning. It was 6 below this morning when Eddie got up for work, and now a heat wave of 2 above at 9 this morning, think it looks more and more like we are going south here a few weeks or so and wait this cold out, just hard on our home on wheels. Glad it has wheels. Ray when are you all leaving your spot.?????????
The snowbirds in the snow Aileen and the gangJanuary 9, 2015 at 6:02 pm #8396AnonymousInactive
Nothing like contrast to make you appreciate warmth. Happy southern trails!February 28, 2015 at 6:02 am #9291
Norma, we’re close to Wichita Falls, Texas. Brrrr, everything is white outside. Still in the house, but we’ve been researching warmer climates when we go full time. Anyone know the warmest area to winter? We’ll be chasing the sun!February 28, 2015 at 8:18 am #9295
ooo…Karen! I know, right? The RV park I’m at has a broken water line they’re trying to fix, so no one has water this morning. 🙁
Fortunately, they’re saying 60s and 70s for next week. Sunday (tomorrow) in the 60s daytime, so after today, a reprieve. Dad says this portends a wet, windy Spring, so lotsa Tornado Watches in our future… If it ain’t one thing… ha! Stay Warm!!February 28, 2015 at 9:05 am #9298
We need wet! Our area has been in a drought since forever. We’re on 1/4 block and our beautiful yard is no more. Too much upkeep for us which is why we’re going to sell out. 14 months 1 day. Yipeeee!February 28, 2015 at 11:43 am #9300Bob and NancyMember
I always thought Texas was the place to go in the winter!? :unsure:February 28, 2015 at 1:01 pm #9302Christine CainParticipant
Oh, my goodness did I know your pain! For nearly two weeks in North Carolina! Three days no water. Two days more with no hot water. Scared of walking my dog out on the ice… So many challenges! Almost threw in the towel several times… Lol
I attached able pic…(We’ll see my f I did it right).
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I just learned about the bubble wrap trick, I am SO doing that next year!February 28, 2015 at 4:56 pm #9309
Not in the north part of Texas! I’ve seen it as hot as 116 here and cold is maybe the single digits. Farther south is better.March 1, 2015 at 7:44 am #9311
Christine, that’s a beautiful pic! Trees!!!!!! hahaha…I’m in the desert part of Texas, so no real trees. 🙁 But I feel your slippy, slidey, no water pain.
And yeah, the bubble wrap thing works REALLY well. Also I have a light comforter that I put over the door using binder clips on the hooks above the door. That helps a ton, too!
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