Question about Midland Radio Communications
To change the battery, you must first remove the belt clip. Depress (by pushing up) the small tab in the middle of the three slots at the top of the belt clip, then slide the belt clip down. Once you've removed the belt clip, press down on the top center of the battery pack cover and slide it down. If this fails, insert a thin blade between the top of the cover and the body of the radio. Twist the blade until you can pry the cover down, then remove it.
Posted on Jan 29, 2012
You didn't specify a model, byt nearly all of the current/recent Midland models are the same.
On the back of the radio, near the bottom, you should see a small tab with an indent above it. Place your finger tip or a coin in the indent and push the tab downward. Once that's done, just lift the battery cover from the bottom and remove it.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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