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How long the lithium batteries last for Conair Model WW60X?

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Lithium batteries should last about 3-5 years. That really depends on the amount of use, the way the unit is stored and even things like temperatures. If you replace the battery you need to make sure that the battery is fresh and not old stock. Thats another thing that will cause premature battery death is old stale batteries. Unfortunately the original batteries tend to fall into two types, better than you can find or a lot worse. If you are using the scale a lot ie several people using it then the batteries will also drop off pretty quick. Even in heavy commercial use the batteries should be good for well over a year.

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Your Instruction Manual is here:

http://www.conaircanada.ca/pdf/en/ibs/en_WW60XC.pdf

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1. Turn over the scale and open the battery door. (Push ribbed switch and pull up)
2. Replace old batteries with two new 3V Lithium batteries (CR2032).
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4. Properly dispose of old batteries.

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