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Old 02-24-2020, 04:37 PM   #1
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Changing Batteries in my '15 DSDP Key FOB

My batteries seem to be dead in my Tri Mark key fob. I notice a screw on the back panel. Is this how one accesses the battery compartment? Don't want to do more harm than good. Thanks in advance for your replies.
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Chances are, yes. If you're reluctant to do this, take the fob to an Ace Hdwe store as most I believe will change your battery for you. At least at my local Ace that's true. Worth a few minutes of your time to check.
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Old 02-25-2020, 04:11 AM   #3
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I just replaced my battery two days ago. Yes, remove the screw then I easily twisted the chrome rectangular loop piece that the key ring attaches. This separates the two halves. I removed the circuit board to better expose the battery. The battery I used was a CR2032. I slid the old battery out, remove any protective coating from the new battery and slid it in with the battery writing up away from the circuit board. Press the board back in place. Lay the chrome loop piece back on the FOB and place the other half back on top. Make sure the halves are aligned properly. I press a button or two to make sure the light was working properly then replace the screw.
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