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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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, *******!!!!!
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Posted on May 13, 2009
Generally all the symbols on each unit are the same. The snowflake does cooling, the sun does heating, the fan does fan only mode, the water droplet does dehumidify and the arrows means automatic mode. The increasing bars refers to the fan speed.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
Sound like a defective receiver board. Have this checked. Also check to see that your remote transmits. Hold the top part of the remote to your phone or digital camera lens. press a button and a light should appear on the screen of your phone or digital camera screen.
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Posted on Jun 28, 2010
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