The following are some, (what I hope to be,) helpful instructions on the Radio Shack indoor/outdoor talking thermometer. We will start with the thermometer facing you. You'll notice a slide door. Sliding the door down exposes the controls for the talking thermometer.
On the lower left corner you'll find a rather large button or disc. This is the mode button. To the right of that you will find a slide switch. When moved to the left, this switch announces in Celsius. When moved to the right, the thermometer will anounce in Fahrenheit.
Next we have the alarm on/off button. This is a smaller button than as compared to the mode button. One beep signifies off on the alarm. Two beeps will signify the alarm is engaged. (I usually keep 'mine at one beep. I don't like the alarm going off.) To the right of that you find another button. This button is the clear button. That is the manual min/max button. This completes the bottom row of buttons and controls for the Radio Shack talking thermometer.
Next, we go to the top row. We find, all the way to the left, a small button. The thermometer has three volume settings. They are high, low, and off. Next to that you find a slide switch. This slide switch is called hourly report. To the left is on. To the right is off. When the switch is in the left position, the thermometer will give you an hourly report of the indoor and outdoor current temperature. To the right of the switch is another small button. This is the hourly set button. To the right of that, another small button. This is the minutes set button. To the right of that is the daily min/max button. On the outside of the thermometer you'll notice a large, round button. This button is the announce button. (I'm sure you've probably already noticed that.) This button may be pressed at any time to receive the indoor and outdoor current temperature.
This is Louie Marotta, and this completes the instructions for the Radio Shack talking thermometer.
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