Question about Sportline Exercise & Fitness
Need help so I don't break the pedometer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The battery hatch is at the bottom of the pedometer. Just slide the hatch open with your fingers and then pry battery out. Put in the new battery in the same orientation (positive up on most). I find shaking the pedometer works to get the battery to fall out. If my fingers don't move the hatch, I use a small flat blade screwdrivers.
I hope this helps.
(on my pedometer (a similar model) the hatch is on the back with a slot to slide in a finger nail and wraps partway around the hinge)
Posted on Aug 08, 2010
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