When it's clicking I can see the LED on the board that relates to the rain bucket flash. I just get no reading I've taken a short video. this is after tipping the rain bucket for some time to see if it would get a reading
There is another way to reset the board for such a problem. With the power off connect a jumper from D25 (Presented as Pin 1 on the J15 Grove Connector) to a Ground wire (Pin 4 of the same connector). On the J15 connector, Pin 1 is the one inside the board and Pin 4(Ground) is on the outside of the board.
Turn your power on the board and remove the jumper when you see "Try ing WIFI AP" your preferences are completely gone.
By the way in Grove cable, yellow is pin 1 and black is pin 4.
Hey Doc, I still haven't got my rain bucket working. I dismounted it and took it apart. There is no visible connection between the see saw that spills the water and the inside circuit board. But it possibly works via a magnet moving past the sensor? Put an ohm meter on the leads and when i flip the seesaw i get a reading between 6 and 15 (Mohm?). Reading is zero otherwise. My anemometer has been working fine. Should I wire it back up and check the board lights as the next step? Thanks.
Doc, I've got the board out and the rain gauge attached. I get the rain LED on when I swing the seesaw. But Swinging it repeatedly still registers no rain total. Should I do the same fix that Howard did? Will I have to a complete new reinstall? I still have the admin password. But the admin password doesn't seem to to be working. If I don't hear from you I'll do the reset that Howard did.
I've tried the Howard reset and it doesn't seem to be working. There is no J15 Grove connector on my board. I tried it on J4 and J6. It is hard to make sure I have shorted the pin 1 and 4 out. Dont have a spare connector, but I've tried several times after verifying Pin 1 to 4 has 3 volts. Again, even though I know my admin password, it doesn't seem to actually work anymore. Please advise.