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I have a programmable thermostat. The LED reads Replace batteries. The face plate has fan switch, a system switch, two arrow keys that are separated by three little function (set, hold, and run). HELP!! How do I remove the cover/face plate to replace the stupid batteries?

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There is a base plate that is screwed to the wall. The face of the thermostat should come off from the base. Usually the batteries can be found back there. Some times a little tug will get it off the wall. Other models have small plastic release clasps that when pushed in will allow the unit to come off.

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