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Undo 3 screws on the back. The rest of the case clips together along the outside edges, wriggle and pull the two halves apart (gently). Battery is easily visible and accessible. LR44, replace with + upwards. When you have reassembled the case you might need to press the reset button (on the back, small black dot, use a pen or similar to push it) before the calculator functions again.