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Pull the blade key out of the remote. use the blade key to push the tab to the side on the inside of the remote. as your pushing in the tab, pull and separate the back portion of the key. the batteries are right there. this instructions are for the all black remote key. the remotes with the chrome sides are about the same but a different release tab.

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