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Changing batteries When switched on it works for a few seconds then goes off. I would imagine the batteries need replacing but I'm on holiday at the moment and the instructions (if any were supplied) will be at home and I can't figure out how to open the case. Can you please help?

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    ME TOO, PLEASE HELP

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