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CHANGING THE BATTERIES
Be sure to use only size AA/R6/UM-3 batteries.
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Raise the latch on the remote's back cover to remove it. Insert the two supplied batteries, carefully notice the â+â and âââ markings on the batteries and remote control. To avoid a short circuit, insert âââ end first. Snap the cover back into place.
â If the remote control acts erratically, replace the batteries. Typical battery life is usually about six months to one year. â We recommend that you use the supplied batteries initially and replace them as soon as operation becomes erratic. The supplied batteries are for testing, not regular use.