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Replacing the CLH Battery

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How to change the battery in your Temp & Humidity Logger (CLH)

If you have a Temperature and Humidity Clever Logger (CLH-01), please see these instructions below on how to change the battery.

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Remove the two screws from the back of the logger

Use a small Phillips head screwdriver to remove the two screws.

Put the screws in a safe place.
Once the two screws are removed, you can open the casing. 
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Remove the screw

Remove the screw securing the circuit board.

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Remove the old battery

Carefully take out the old battery from the circuit board. Try not to touch any components.

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Insert the new battery

Pop the new battery into the slot and dispose of the old one thoughtfully.

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Replace the screw

Carefully place the screw in the circuit board.

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Close the casing

Replace the case back and screws.

check battery status

I changed the battery and the alarm didn’t go away


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