My Wyze Sense Leak Sensor is not working when I insert a new CR2450 lithium battery. The new battery measures 3.13 volts, while the old battery measures 3.09 volts. I switched the batteries several times. Each time I insert the old battery, the leak sensor detects a leak when I put it in a container of about 1/4 inch of water. When I remove it and dry it, it clears the leak. Each time I insert the new CR2450 battery, the leak sensor does NOT detect a leak when I put it in the same container of water.
Any recommendations on how to get the leak sensor to work with a new CR2450 lithium battery?
Thank you for your response. After further research, I determined that the replacement CR2450 lithium batteries were at fault, even thought the measured voltage was over 3 volts. When I tried another set of new and fresh batteries, the Wyze Leak Sensors worked fine.