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I wanted to refer to a subsubsection in the text which is in another chapter, in a hyper-link manner.

Applied code:

In **section~\ref{}** required aspects for defining the minimum and maximum limit for gross error check are provided. Hence, for this research gross errors are those observations that lay outside the minimum of $3^\circ$C and maximum of 25^\circ$C. 

Where Refereed subsubsection is presented:

** Data Cleaning: Gross Error Identication**
Plausible value check (Zahumensky and SHMI, 2004) is used to identify gross errors.
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Did you put a \label{} on the right place? – Lionel MANSUY Dec 13 '12 at 15:39
No, I did not put that. The problem is solved. – ali amidi Dec 13 '12 at 15:43