Question about Washing Machines
Please could you tell me how to remove the Bastteries
Each item has its own way of holding batteries in an item. Most things have a spring clip cover over the battery that holds the batteries in place and you need to remove that before replacing the battery. Some covers can be held down with small screws. Some batteries are welded or soldered in place and you would be better taking these to your local tech guy to do these. Once you have the batteries in view note what size and which way round they are. The new replacement ones should be the same size, shape and voltage (power) you will see they have a different shape to either end of the battery.
The ends or terminals are marked + (positive) or - (negative). Mostly you can describe them as being flat (negative) or bumpy (positive) and any spring in the housing will go against the flat end.
Turn your device off, flip the old battery out (move the the battery against the spring end to release the positive end first - it is normally easier that's all.) and replace the old battery with the new one. Try putting the negative end in first to squash the spring and the positive (bumpy) end will fit easier. If there is more than one battery in line then you will find the bumpy end of one goes against the flat of the other. Still the same, flat end of the first battery then the second battery with its flat end against the bumpy end of the first one. Put the cover back on and switch on........
Don 't forget to dispose of the old batteries according to your local ordinances as they do contain fairly poisonous chemicals that can leach out into the soil if incorrectly disposed of.
It would help if we knew which device held the batteries as they may not be the small round tube shaped ones .....
Posted on May 08, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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