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How do I put batteries in a gardner bender circuit alert voltage sensor

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On my GDT 3200 you had to pry and force the black padded case off of it. There is no instructions how to put the batteries in, and I nearly broke the meter taking off the case. Just try to force that case off of there. Hand strength combined with frustration and anger will help in that step. Once the black armored case is off, it's self explanatory. There's two screws on the back that come out and the red unit splits in two. Install the batteries and put it back together.

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