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Changing batteries when i change the batteries i lose all my presets i lost my owners manaul so i forgot how it said to do this so you wont lose them

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First don't let the batteries go completely dead. Second take out one battery and put in a fresh one then remove the other weak battery and replace it. If you do it this way and work quickly you will be able to retain all of your presets and time function.

Posted on Nov 26, 2007

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Change out 1 battery at a time

Posted on Aug 08, 2007

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