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Re-learning temperature sensors

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    I just switched to Surety and in the process lost the identification of 3 different ADC temperature sensors. Is there a way to identify which one is in which room without having to “unpair” and “renetwork” them?



    Try to do something different with one at a time to identify it, such as place it in a room that you know has a different temperature (I used my basement which always runs colder than the rest of the house), or take a battery out of one and then wait for the low battery notification. Give it some time, up to half hour, to register as they take periodic readings instead of constant readings to conserve battery power.



    good idea. thanks

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