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Posted by Anonymous on
The battery is not easily replaceable. It's a 1.2 volt, 80ma Nickel-metal hydride battery, that is soldered to the circuit board. I opened the back of the switch to find the battery. The one in this switch was in bad shape. It looks like the battery broke apart, but wasn't leaking. The switch is less then a year old. Bad design.
I just opened this up today and am going to look for a replacement battery. But soldering will obviously be involved to get the a new battery back in place.
Posted on Aug 14, 2010
The instructions say, "Note that the screen blanks if the battery is discharged completely." It will probably charge when you install it.
Posted on Jul 07, 2010
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