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Model#POF-600S battery dead?

Model#PO-600S (Serial# 0312001047) is "chirpping" while connected and turned on. Can the battery be replaced by consumer? Where do you get them?

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These are replaceable, there is a slot on the bottom where the batteries come out. Sometimes the covers are screwed in. You have to get the model of the battery. Also get the size with a ruler, just in case. There are places on E-bay that sells them. What will hit you is the shipping. These are lead-acid, lead is heavy and expensive to ship. Contact one of the sellers and get a price with shipping. Then compare this with a new model from a local store. I have swapped out batteries a few times and the USP is still running.

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  1. The battery may be loose, or improperly installed.
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  4. Reset the alarm.
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