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Accu-Chek Mobile Manual Online: Replacing The Cassette. or or Replacing the test cassette 12 1 Place your finger on the corrugated area on the tip cover and...
www.diabetes.co.uk > Blood Glucose Care > Blood Glucose Meters
The Accu-Chek Mobile was first introduced in 2010 and provided users with the chance to take a blood test without needing to hold a set of additional loose ...
I am not familiar with a "free" battery, but one might be available through your diabetic supply company. The battery is a CR2032 which is available at many stores, try WalMart CVS or your local drug store.
Since you didn't mention which model Accu Check Meter you have. E-5 means different things. In which case, I am going to direct you to a link, where you can find your Model and then discovery what the E-5 Error Message means.