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I can't get the c2032 battery out of my ct16 clip-on guitar tuner

I've placed it on the wrong side. How can I get it out?

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This can be tricky I have done it. Get a paper clip an try to gently slide it out, if that fails I used an exacto blade to remove it. Dont pry an break the case. It may take both tools to remove it, by lifting an pulling with the other. You can do it

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