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open case back, there is metal piece cover the battery, take tiny pin and pry one side of that metal piece , battery will come-out.
carefully replace battery and VERY GENTLY press metal piece it will get lock.

Jun 05, 2014 | Kenneth Cole Watches

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My keyless entry pad will let garage down when code is keyed in, but when code has been keyed up to let it up it will not do so.


I assume you mean that the entry keypad works when the door is open but not when the door is closed. This usually indicates that the signal strength on the entry pad is low. Try changing the battery.

Insert a small Philips screwdriver in the opening on the bottom of the battery compartment cover. Pull the cover slightly outwards then pull the cover down. The battery in the compartment is a 9V battery. Then replace the cover by inserting the lip in the top of the battery compartment and then snap it into place.

If you change the battery quickly, you shouldn't need to reprogram the opener. If a new battery doesn't solve the problem, check what may be causing signal interference when the door is down. (Consider moving the keypad to a spot closer to the door opening. I know that we have the keypads placed on the side of the door jamb on our garage doors. When the small handheld remote units start to loose their batteries, bringing the remotes to that area that often works.)

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Oct 04, 2013 | Sears Craftsman LiftMaster Chamberlain...

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CHanging battery on timex expedition, cover says


If you don't have the proper tools I recommend that you not do this yourself. You could scratch the case or damage the movement if you don't know what you're doing. If it's a water resistant watch the gasket also needs to be replaced once it is opened. DO NOT reuse a gasket! For about $8 any watch or jewelry2_bing.gif store can change the battery and renew the gasket for you.

Apr 09, 2010 | Timex Expedition 84601 Wristwatch

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Is changing the battery hard?


No, it is quite easy - remove battery cover by appyling pressure on the covers latches. you will need a ratchet and extension to loosen the battery grip at the bottom of the battery tray, I believe its a 14 mm socket.

Apr 06, 2010 | 2003 Volkswagen Jetta TDI

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Changing the battery on Ericsson W810i.


u want to open back cover in order to do so u have to pull the back down its high force

Nov 20, 2008 | Sony Ericsson Walkman W810i Cellular Phone

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Battery Cover latch is broken


what camera is it ??
Due to the frequency of changing batteries on my camera, I have 'dremelled' a very fin pin hole through teh side of the case, and into the battery holder.
Then opened the case hole up to accept a small screw, then allowed the scre to tap itself into the battery housing.
Small phillips screw nice and flush on the case now.
Works for me, and could save you money and tape !!

Jul 09, 2008 | Nikon COOLPIX L5 Digital Camera

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No Battery Life


On mine, the battery terminal on the inside of the battery case is broken, by opening and shutting the cover a few times until it contacts properly it is normally OK. Anyone know where I can buy a new contact plate in theUK?

Nov 10, 2007 | Casio Exilim EX-Z120 Digital Camera

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Maintain all-weather capability


The camera loses its weatherproof capability if the battery compartment cover, connector cover or DC-IN jack cover is open. Make sure that all the covers are closed before using the camera. Wipe any water off the camera before changing the battery or card. If the camera gets splashed, wipe the water off as soon as possible with a dry cloth. Salt-water spray or droplets can cause damage to the camera if the camera is not wiped dry as soon as possible. Do not apply excessive force to or attempt to peel off the rubber packing of the battery compartment cover, connector cover or DC-IN jack cover. If the rubber packing becomes worn or damaged, contact your nearest Olympus service center. If the rubber packing of the battery compartment cover, connector cover or DC-IN jack cover contains dirt or sand, wipe it off before closing the cover. The rechargeable battery and other camera accessories are not weatherproof. Care should be taken when using the accessories.

Sep 01, 2005 | Olympus Stylus Verve S / ?-181 mini S...

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All-weather


The camera loses its weatherproof capability if the battery compartment cover, connector cover or DC-IN jack cover is open. Make sure that all the covers are closed before using the camera. Wipe any water off the camera before changing the battery or card. If the camera gets splashed, wipe the water off as soon as possible with a dry cloth. Salt-water spray or droplets can cause damage to the camera if the camera is not wiped dry as soon as possible. Do not apply excessive force to or attempt to peel off the rubber packing of the battery compartment cover, connector cover or DC-IN jack cover. If the rubber packing becomes worn or damaged, contact your nearest Olympus service center. If the rubber packing of the battery compartment cover, connector cover or DC-IN jack cover contains dirt or sand, wipe it off before closing the cover. The rechargeable battery and other camera accessories are not weatherproof. Care should be taken when using the accessories.

Sep 01, 2005 | Olympus Stylus Verve / ?-mini Digital...

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