One of my temp/humidity sensors dropped off line on My Backyard Weather... then havoc.

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"My Backyard Weather" reported one of the temp/humidity sensors as "off line".  I had posted a long description of what I did to get it back up again, but the web failed to add that description.  

Basically, I had to remove all the batteries from the two temp/humidity sensors, the rain gauge, the Display, and turn the internet bridge off, let everything sit for 30 minutes, then I was able to reestablish connectivity by starting from scratch.
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John Kauai

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AcuRite Jennifer

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Hi John,

We are sorry to hear the sensor went offline. In the future if that does happen, you can move the internet bridge out as far from your router as you possibly can. Sometimes having the bridge close to the router can cause some interfere. You can also bring the sensor in next to the bridge to re-establish a connection to the bridge. Thank you. Have a great day!