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Replace the battery 2008 Skyteam ST50

I have removed side panel (with great difficulty) but cannot see how to remove the Black cover box for battery access, do I have to remove the seat as well? If so, how? Help much appreciated @

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SOURCE: how do I get to the battery on the skyteam st50/35m?

Hi,

Batteries are generally located under the seat.
So, remove the seat and left and right side covers.

Good luck

Jon

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SOURCE: Just bought a skyteam ST50 and trying to build it

u screw nuts under seat then slide backwards

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