lappir Posted January 29 Report Share Posted January 29 I'm good at taking things apart, but not so much with diagnosis of issues. I have a classic "Indoor/Outdoor" thermometer that has been in my family as long as I can remember. When my Mom passed almost a year ago I unplugged it and took it to my RV. It worked for quite a while, but then the last time I moved I put it into a bag and forgot which one. Found it a few weeks ago and plugged it in where I thought it could stay. Lights came on but the temperature read 37 degrees both inside and out. Each of the thermistors were within inches of each other and the ambient temperature was in the mid 60's according to another thermometer. I found info about testing the Thermistors and it appears both are not working. In looking at the photo of the circuit board near the upper right hand corner it appears something got hot. Would it be worth it to try to find a thermistor to test it or is there a way of testing the board for a very novice person? Thanks in advance. Rod Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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