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How do you change batteries on dorcy mini-brite lantern?

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SOURCE: how to change the batteries on the TUF4D1

The front outer rubber cover is removeable. Once you take it off with your fingers, the front unscrews revealing a two piece battery case. Squeeze the top flanges together and lift out, then the battery case shown in the box just lifts out.

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I can't get my 2007 maxima to start after changing the battery. Please help


sounds like ignition problem. check that out and let me know how that goes

Jan 17, 2013 | 2002 Nissan Sentra

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How to change mainboard battery?


Most PC users don't think much about the CMOS battery until their computer shows signs of losing its BIOS settings on boot up. If you tend to upgrade rather than replace your PC, replacing the CMOS battery every couple of years makes sense.
Likewise, if you purchase a used PC, battery replacement is a good idea unless the PC is less than two years old. It's just one more preventive step you can take to prevent troubles in the future.
If you have never replaced a CMOS battery before, you can find step-by-step instructions below.
In most cases, frequent CMOS errors are a sign of a dead battery. The CMOS battery maintains your settings while your PC is powered off. You can easily replace the battery yourself.


Instructions:
  1. Boot your PC and enter its setup mode.
  2. Write down all of the settings from the various BIOS menus. Click this link to learn more about this procedure.
  3. Power off your PC.
  4. Open the case of your computer
    cmosreplace_1.jpg cmosreplace_2.jpg Figures 1-2. Undoing the screws on your PC case. cmosreplace_3.jpg Figure 3. Opening the case of your PC.
  5. Locate the battery on the motherboard.
    cmosreplace_4.jpg Figure 4. Battery location on the motherboard. The layouts of the components differ on different motherboards, so you'll have to consult your motherboard user manual for specifications about the battery and its location.
    This is a close-up view of the battery on the motherboard.
    cmosreplace_5.jpg Figure 5. Typical CMOS battery. The most common type of batteries used in modern PCs is coin-shaped lithium/manganese-dioxide battery that looks like a large watch battery.
  6. Obtain a replacement battery from a local or online computer parts dealer.
  7. Remove the old battery.
    cmosreplace_6.jpg Figure 6. Removing the old battery.
  8. Replace it with the new one, as shown on the picture below.
    cmosreplace_7.jpg Figure 7. Replacing the battery.
  9. Document the date of replacement for future reference.
  10. Replace the case and power on the PC.
  11. Enter the setup mode of your PC.
  12. Reenter the settings you have written down from the various setup menus.
Tips:
  1. Don't forget to observe proper anti-static precautions when working inside the case of your PC.
  2. If you can't see your battery right away, try removing expansion cards or unplugging cables. The majority of newer motherboards use lithium batteries that look like large watch batteries.
If the battery is already dead and you receive messages saying "CMOS checksum error", skip Step 1 and Step 2.

Sep 03, 2011 | Fujitsu Siemens JETSON POWER (J815-E2F) PC...

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My HP35s keeps flashing MEMORY CLEAR. I removed the batteries and reset it with a paper clip. Nothing works.


I'm not sure if it is the only solution, but I had the same problem and I replaced the batteries. My HP35S works fine now.

Previously, however, there was no "battery" annuciator on the screen. This calculator went four years without a bettery change. My HP48GII, on the other hand won't go two months without a change. Go figure.

May 11, 2011 | HP 35s Scientific Calculator

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Change settings. model #2202/UM-016 I have lost the directions and can't figure out how to change my persona settings. In an attempt to change my age I changed my *** and can't change it back.


I searched into this site with the same problem, how to update/reprogram the UM 016.
I figured out how to do it, shame there\'s no mention of updating memory data in the Tanita literature.
Assuming scale has batteries and old settings.
Press \'set\' button instead of memory or guest. The \'1\' memory should appear and blink. If you want to reset the \'2\' memory, press up key until the \'2\' appears and blinks, then press \'set\' again.\'
When you press \'set\' while the memory location is blinking, you should be able to page through and change the age/height/sex settings for the scale memories. When you are done, the scale will eventually shut down, saving your new settings, which you access with the \'up\' button when you want to use the scale.

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