06058M Indoor Display not Detected in PC Connect

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I have the 06058M Indoor Display that is in communication with my 5 in 1 sensor approximately 160' away. My Wireless Hub is connected and communicating with weather underground (same distance from 5 in 1). PC Connect shows "Indoor Display: Not Detected". Data Transfer has been in a state of (Wait...) since early this morning. I've read KBs talking about connecting a USB between the display and computer but this display does not have a USB connection. Little confused on what to try next. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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AcuRite Jennifer

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Hello Dspin,

The 06058 display is not a PC Connect display so you would not use the PC Connect software.  The smartHUB is what will transmit the data online for you which we can see it is currently doing. The sensor and display will talk to each other. The sensor and smartHUB will talk to each other as well. Thank you.
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Bill Mechefske

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Hi. My smartHUB is talking to my sensors, but it is not sending information to my display. (indoor temperatures are displaying, but not the outdoor/wind/pressure/precip. What should I do?
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Bill  not knowing what sensor or sensors you have or what display you have or if this is a new system that has never worked or one that did work and lost connection I will have to be very generic with any  help. The sensor and the display both need to be set to the same ABC channel. Normally they say to bring the sensor near the display in order to make a connection, depending on where you have your sensor mounted it may be difficult so you have nothing to lose by just trying to get them to sink up where they are. Remove all power from the display (ac adapter and batteries) for several minutes, then power the display back up it should start looking for a sensor (they search at start up) now not knowing if they ever connected before they may or may not be on the same ABC setting. If it finds the sensor great if not go back and power down again and change the ABC setting to the next one and try again and so on.  If the sensor is easy to get to bring it in and then you can check its setting. Good luck.
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Fixed! I had just assumed that they were all on "A" as default. Oops. Thanks!
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Ledrak

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Glad to have been a help.
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AcuRite Jennifer

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Hello Bill,

We are happy to hear you were able to get this resolved. Please let us know if there is anything we can assist you with.