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How do I replace the battery in my Type R11HG/E remote for my Agean air conditioner?

Can't access battery

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SOURCE: haeir air conditioner w/remote 5000 btu

I looked through manual, here's what I found: the remote battery is CR2025. That however, doesn't solve your missing remote problem. The phone number to "Haier Customer Service Satisfaction Center" is 1-877-337-3639. Good luck. I'm new to this site, so I hope providing this info is ok. chicagosinger

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SOURCE: remote control not working for split system

slide the slider down until it stops, then lift/prize the middle of the slider lid upward (or outward,, however you concieve it) and continue sliding the final 2cm. Voila! batteries are revealed. 2x AAA.

Don't understand? (Don't worry, my wife can't do it even after watching me do it TWICE !!)
Okay... the slider stops about 2cm from the bottom of the remote (when slid down as far as it will go). The reason for this is a small catch in the middle of the remote, just below the lidof the slider-bit. You need to LIFT the lid of the slider over that catch. The reason I use the word 'prize' beacuse you'll need to dig your fingers downwards, just below the TIME ADJUST button, and at the same time work the lid upwards against this pressure. LIFT / PRIZE the lid up in the middle, and away it comes!!

Still don't get it? YOU ARE USELESS and must go and pay one of the clever people to do it for you, *******!!!!!

Ha Ha aaaahhhh!

Posted on May 13, 2009

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SOURCE: Replacement remote for window unit air conditioner

I have that model Air conditioner with remote. Although the remote is marked Admiral thats the only identifying marks on the outside. Here are pictures of the remote.

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Battery Compartment Cover

Here is what is printed on the battery compartment cover label.

SHUNDE HUA AO
ELECTRONICS CO., LTD

Drawing No: DF11F1-01 (AL) KYK-1801
Part No: 814011422
QA: 01
Date: 2005.01.11

Hope this helps. You might try a company called Vance Baldwin they usually carry a large inventory of remote replacements for all kinds of applicances. Had to get a remote for my Panasonic DVD player and it was only $12.00 (brand new)

Posted on Jun 02, 2009

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SOURCE: need remote for a v-lec split type air conditioner

Why not try the dealer selling V - lec aircon? They are
in the best position to know where to get the replacements or clone remote controller for your unit.
Better still try surfing the internet, V-lec Aircon may have
a web site to service their clients. May this info, help you.

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SOURCE: I have a model AR DL10 remote for a Fujitsu air

After changing the batteries you have to depress the RST button and if the remote has the abcd slide switch ensure it is set to A.

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Remote control not working for split system


slide the slider down until it stops, then lift/prize the middle of the slider lid upward (or outward,, however you concieve it) and continue sliding the final 2cm. Voila! batteries are revealed. 2x AAA.

Don't understand? (Don't worry, my wife can't do it even after watching me do it TWICE !!)
Okay... the slider stops about 2cm from the bottom of the remote (when slid down as far as it will go). The reason for this is a small catch in the middle of the remote, just below the lidof the slider-bit. You need to LIFT the lid of the slider over that catch. The reason I use the word 'prize' beacuse you'll need to dig your fingers downwards, just below the TIME ADJUST button, and at the same time work the lid upwards against this pressure. LIFT / PRIZE the lid up in the middle, and away it comes!!

Still don't get it? YOU ARE USELESS and must go and pay one of the clever people to do it for you, *******!!!!!

Ha Ha aaaahhhh!

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