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battery latches broken, battery needs replacement, you will end up forcibly removing the battery thereby doing more damage to battery latches but avoid main computer case. cannot open computer to find solution around broken latches for there are screws that needs to be removed under battery.
If you don't already know what size battery you need, you can find this information on the back plate of your watch. Once you have your replacement battery, you will need to open the back of the watch to gain access to the battery compartment. Depending on the watch, the back plate will either screw off or be attached by a few small screws. If attached with screws, you will need a set of precision screwdrivers such as a jewelry or eyeglass kit.
Inside the battery compartment, you will see the battery is held down by a clip. Carefully remove the clip and eject the battery. Insert the new battery and replace the clip. If the battery clamp indicates you should do so, quickly press the reset button twice. Then reattach the back of the watch. If the watch display remains off after replacing the battery, press all buttons at the same time to reset the display.
Depending on how old your Remote Control Smart 3 Function remote is determines on how to access the battery compartment. It will either have a small screw which needs to be loosened or if it doesn't have that, it will pop open when a very small, thin, flat blade screw driver is inserted in the side seam of the plastic housing. It's going to be tight, so be gentle with it. Once you access the wafer battery, note which side is up (+ or -). That's the way you want to install the new battery.
Turn the Suunto over to view the backside. Insert the quarter in the coin slot located on the battery compartment cover. Turn the coin counterclockwise to the "Open" position marked on the back of the case.
Remove the battery compartment cover. Remove the old battery from the battery compartment. Make sure the o-ring and all surfaces are clean, dry and not damaged. Do not stretch the o-ring!
Place the new battery into the battery compartment (negative side down, positive side up). Make sure the o-ring is in its place, as to keep the Suunto waterproof. Place the battery compartment cover back onto the backside of the watch.
Insert the quarter back into the coin slot and turn the coin clockwise to the "Close" position marked on the back of the case.
If this doesnt work take to a jeweler who has tools.
If you have the Energizer Hard Case Lantern TUF4D1, simply
grasp the whole front of the lamp piece (including the rubber cover), and
twist in a counter-clockwise direction to remove. Then squeeze
together the two black tabs and pull the battery compartment out to
replace the batteries.
You don' t have to remove the motherboard. Remove the CMOS battery. The CMOS battery on a laptop is many times accessible from under the computer when you take the battery out. I've found them just outside of the main battery compartment up under the palm rest. Acer may be different. If you can't find it by looking up through the holes opened up by removing the access covers in the bottom of the case, you just may have to split the case to get at them. Just be careful when you do it. All cases come apart, but many require the removal of a number of screws first. Try removing the battery for about a minute first (with the system unplugged, of course.
There should be small screws (usually phillips head) at either the top, bottom or both ends of the back of the remote. Unscrew those and pry loose. If not, they will be under the batteries, inside the battery cover.
The battery cover release is located on the bottom of the mouse near the end. Push the button and the top will pop off so you can have access to the battery. When finished replaceing the battery just push the cover back on.
After taking out the two screws from below the
battery compartment, the case will separate slightly on the bottom. Take a
screwdriver and carfully pry the case open along both sides, working from the
bottom toward the top of the handset. This will free the back of the handset
from the primary components. It will simply snap back together when done and
then replace the two screws.