MemberAugust 14, 2020 at 3:57 pm
I’m looking to replace the batteries on one of these. All the guides for 400 series and such show screws, but the 600 unit has no screws. I figure the panel must therefore just lift off, just wondering if anyone can confirm the correct way to remove the battery cover panel? Thanks for any help.
AnonymousDeleted UserAugust 14, 2020 at 6:02 pm
flick the isolator switch cover open, flick the switch to off, between the carriage covers is the locking section for the covers, small terminal in the hole to release the locking clip and slide it out and the covers will fall off! the batteries should be easy to spot! the main board folds up out the way making access to them a little easier if needed? be sure to clip the board back into place, when your all done, covers on, replace the restraining clip, pop the isolator switch cover open, flick the switch back on and shut the cover, the lift will make a few clicks and buzz’s as it does a reset and your done
MemberAugust 14, 2020 at 7:29 pm
Thanks, that seems to make sense for when the batteries arrive. This also appears to be the only answer to this on the internet, so uh thanks again!
AnonymousDeleted UserAugust 14, 2020 at 8:47 pm
that’s the part that holds the covers in place, you can see the locking clip in the second picture, easy enough job, just make sure all the plugs are pushed home on the board before you stick the covers on and that you don’t cross the battery leads when you plug them back on, best to mark them + – on the terminals before you unplug them off the battery’s
MemberAugust 15, 2020 at 10:36 am
Thanks. It seemed weird with the loose fitting plastic and the lack of screws. I found a couple other places where the question was asked and never answered. Perhaps because I was searching for screw locations / lack of screws it was too hard to find. The manuals I found all only showed the controller battery replacement.
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