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Re: my 45CL-1 AA battery polarity not marked on the...
I am not acquainted with the 45CL-1, but as a general rule, if the contacts for one side of a battery is a spring and the other end a solid piece of metal, the negative (-) end of the cell should contact the spring and the post (+) end of the cell should go to the solid metal contact.
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Not normally batteries, most are mains powered, but your is a single AA battery. The manual states;
The battery is not covered by the guarantee. Use an alkaline AA battery. The battery holder is located in the plinth panel below the oven door. Open the oven door fully. Press the tag on the left hand side of the battery holder/cover and withdraw it just enough to get access to the battery. Fit the new battery with the end marked "+" on the same side of the battery holder as the red lead. Replace the battery holder by pushing it firmly into the hole in the plinth.
The spark unit is usually under the hob on the left side. Check the connections as they can get really messy and even break through. Also spray the igniter posts with oven cleaner and leave for an hour, clean off with a plastic brush and water. Dry thoroughly. On the hobs, remove the burner and wash them, the underside as well as they rely on the earthing through the aluminium ring, remove and clean that too.
the battery holder will tell you all of the answers
short and skinny will be AAA a bit longer and fatter will be AA and short and really fat will be D as for the polarity
springs go to the negative end of the battery and if you look carefully in the battery carrier there will be a battery shape probably with AAA or AA and the polarity direction
1 replace the old batteries use new ones alkalines with the same mark and polarities. 2) clean the contacts batteries with c. cleaner. 3) open the remote control, and clean the keypads from dirty, oxide, corrosion, with c. cleaner. 4 Proceed again, if the problem persist, you must go to the repair shop TV or replace by new ones. God bless you
I downloaded the manual from
http://www.manualsmania.com and here is the section on replacing the battery: Use an alkaline AA battery.The battery holder is located in the plinth panel below the oven door.Open the oven door fully. Press the tag on the left hand side of the battery holder/cover and withdraw it just enough to get access to thebattery. Fit the new battery with the end marked "+" on the same side ofthe battery holder as the red lead. Replace the battery holder by pushingit firmly into the hole in the plinth.
Get a AA battery, solder a wire ti each end. This is called a "popper"
Hold one wire of the AA on one speaker wire. Tap the other AA wire to the other speaker wire. The speaker will make a "popping" noise. Mark the wire as to the location, and so on. To determine polarity (- or +) you must be able to see the speaker. If it jumps UP when you "pop" it, look at the polarity of the AA battery.
That is the proper polarity of the wires. If it sucks IN, when you "pop" it........you're backwards. If this is over you're head......$30 @ a stereo store and it's over!.....Have fun.
CE Marking (CE-Marking), is also called sometimes "CE Mark", as shown
on the top of this page, is a mandatory mark for many (estimatively
around 70%) of the products sold on the EFTA plus European Union (EU)
market (total 28 countries) and it is often referred as the "Trade
Passport to Europe" for non-EU products.
Polar's CE marking is CE0537. It is on all Polar products.
It is not the model number. The model number on monitors is printed on
the back and is usually above and sometimes below the Polar stamp.
My model number was hard to read. It was nearly transparent. I did locate the manual for my model at: http://www.trinowfitness.com/manuals
figure it out well, notice your main-board, the battery slot has a negative (-) and positive (+) mark, though it isn't noticeable but it has, then see your battery, when you're going to attach it to ***********-board, it should be (+) positive to positive (+) then (-) negative to negative (-)
• Twist and lift open the battery compartment cover at the back of the clock and insert 1 fresh AA, LR6 1.5 volt ALKALINE battery according to the polarity marked on the case. • Press time zone button to select a time zone. • Replace the battery compartment cover. THAT’S IT! During the night your clock will automatically set itself.