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Where has the replacement battery CR1620 must be placed?

I need to replace the battery CR1620 in the battery grip but I cannot find the place where this battery is located

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  • sergio Jul 22, 2012

    also is there any support from Polaroid for this Battery Grip? I wrote to the address indicated on the small leaflet that name with the product but apparently the email address is not anymore valid



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1) Open the main battery compartment
2) Remove the battery tray
3) Inside the battery compartment directly behind the LCD screen there is a small cover about the same size as the CR1620.
4) Remove the cover
5) Replace the battery
6) Replace the cover
7) Replace the battery tray

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My calculator uses cr1616 or cr1620 coin battery. i was wondering if i could use a cr2016 or cr2025 instead.

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I need to know how to change the battery. Can you send a manuel.

Printed instructions for battery replacement are not provided by the manufacturer.

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To open up the shaver, gently pry off the rubberized grip on the front with a small flat screwdriver or similar. This will reveal 2 screws at the bottom. Remove the screws and the flat plate under the cutters that clips on there. You can then gently pry apart the two halves.
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mcdevito75 here, Best Bet, look for a small watch repair shop in your area to cahnge the battery as any pressure on the display while changeing the battery on a Casio watch will break it.

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Samsung camcorder SMX-F34BN. Need to replace hand grip. Have replacement part, but do not know how to remove old and replace. Help

Follow the steps to replace hand grip :
Remove two screws near battery
Remove the tiny screws on each side of the hand grip release.
Once screws are removed, gently prise of button. Do not attempt to remove the lever.
Remove the four screws holding the eyepiece in place.
Once the four screws are removed, pull out the eyepiece, notice the button that operates the cartridge access.
On the top of the camera, using a pointed tool and light hammer, gently tap in an anti-clockwise direction.
Now slowly lift from the front, taking care not to damage the power zoom buttons on the other side, and slide towards rear of camera to remove cover.
With the camera facing you, remove screws below the lens, then gently remove the side cover above the hand grip.
Use a blade to scrap away glue around the two screw heads, then remove screws. Then, using a pointed tool, insert into one of the small holes, and using a light hammer, gently tap to unscrew the hand grip screw.
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Hi, most motherboards that I have fixed etc... have used the 3.0V CR1620 Button Cell Battery which is easily available and cheap!

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It's ugly, but not THAT bad.
Standing at the front of the vehicle, the battery is under the "electrical center" to your left, on the passenger side. You have to get some stuff out of the way to get to the battery...
1. Remove keys from vehicle
2. Remove the plastic shield covering the wiper motor and linkage along the top-left of the engine compartment. This shield is just held in place with metal clips.
3. Remove the stiffening strut on the left side. This is the large metal tube that goes from the left-rear corner of the engine compartment to the front of the engine bay, next to the radiator cap. 3 large bolts hold this in place, you may need a 1/2" breaker bar to loosen them, with a 13mm or 15mm socket. Slide the bar out of the "electrical center" (fuse box) and out of the vehicle.
4. Move the Electrical Center off to one side. Nearly all of the electrical wiring for the vehicle goes through this, so there are lots and lots of wires to shove out of the way. Make sure the main positive feed at the front of the box is insulated and won't touch any metal parts when you twist the box out of the way. You may want to get a bungie cord to hold the box off to one side. If you have to remove that main feed to get enough slack to move the box, remember that this cable end is HOT, don't short it to anything! Cover that cable end with piece of rubber hose or some other insulator.
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6. Disconnect the Positive battery connection. There should be a plastic safety cap over the bolt.
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I figured out that there are two rubber grommets that hold the light assembly in place. Access to the grommets is easy as you just open up the taligate and you can see them located on the inside of the rear area of the van. All you do is take a pair of vise grips or a flat head screw drive and pull or pry the gromments our of their holes. ( I prefer using the grips, no slippage while prying) the old light will drop out of the slot. Remove the wiring harness from the old light as well as the light sockets, incert the sockets into the new light, replace the bulbs into the sockets, then re-connect the wiring harness. Place the new light into it's place on the outside of the vehicle and replace the rubber grommets. Close the tail gate and Voila, your done! Hope this helps some else.

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