Question about Building Materials
1...open the battery compartment and get the model number of the battery.
it's the number printed on the side of the battery
(ex. NP24-12B) the manufacturers name might also be printed there but thats not quite as important because almost all batteries are known by their number for replacement purposes.
check the size of the replacement batteries to make sure they match with the size of your old battery to be sure it will fit in the existing enclosure 2...buy a new battery of that model number.
3...replace the old worn out battery with the new one.
4...test the operation of the unit to make sure everything went well, remember you might have to let the battery charge overnight before it will work correctly.
best of luck to you.
Posted on Dec 02, 2014
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