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Remote unit slides open but cant find battery cover-model AR-DL10

It is about 2 to 3 yrs old and I think we need new batteries. It has a sleep button at th etop left and a Timer button on top right. I cant figure out where the battery hatch is. I assume we need to get the slider off and maybe it is there?

Also, where can I buy a new one?

Thanks, Ian ian@spibooks.com
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When sliding the bottom part of the remote down, you have to lift it slightly (I did this with a letter opener - very carefully) to pry the door up from two stops that normally prevent the dorr from sliding down too far. If you look carefully, you can see what I mean.

Posted on Apr 21, 2009

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    Very helpful, thanks! Worked easily once you know how!

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Yes it is at back of slide door of your remote, slide down the remote control door and remove it then you can see the battery inside.

Posted on Feb 04, 2009

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Keep the slider closed and using a flat screwdriver carefully pop off one side and the slider will clip off the batteries are behind it

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My ARDL-10 remote would only slide down far enough to expose the controls inside, but not far enough to show battery compartment. After a lot of attempts I gently pushed up on one side with it opened as far as it would go and it "clicked" off the little catch that was holding it. I put it back on in the reverse after I installed new batteries..

Posted on Jul 17, 2013

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