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The battery is sensitive. Anyone have this problem before?

Sometimes the gun does not power up. I do know that if you even gently press on the metal part on the sides (that releases the battery) it powers off. Would anyone know if this is related to the backup battery in the gun?

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  • Thomas Ngo Dec 03, 2013

    I found that if I double click the battery icon in the system tray, it'll give statistics about the main battery and backup battery. I'm gonna assume it's the backup battery for now.

  • Thomas Ngo Dec 19, 2013

    This is an old problem, but I found that if I click on the battery icon in the system tray, there's two statistics: Backup Battery and Main. If the Backup Battery is "Very low" or "Critical," then it's time to replace it. Which is easy to replace, because it's like the trigger cord. In my case, it's behind the scan engine.

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