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Goosey

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#34040 16-May-2009 16:27
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Anyone know how to remove the back cover off the MySkiHDi remote control??
Stupid question perhaps !  However Ive been trying for a couple weeks now... everytime the unit tells me the batteries are running low on the remote. 


Only had the remote for almost 2months ! 






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ascroft
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  #215259 16-May-2009 16:34
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Its all in the angle - take a look at the relevant page in the manual.......




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vexxxboy
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  #215263 16-May-2009 16:43
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took me a while but once you learn the trick its still hard and i was also amazed to find it wasnt made in some Asian country but in Morocco must be a first for me, owning Moroccan electronics




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Goosey

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  #215267 16-May-2009 16:57
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moroccan lamb anyone? hah.

thanks guys... BUT I JUST ENDED UP SNAPPING THE CLIP WITH THE ARROW. BUGGER.

Goosey

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  #215268 16-May-2009 17:00
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I think I was doomed from the start as I was originally doing what the manual said....that plastic clip was just too stiff along with the rubber forming some kind of seal.

clevedon
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  #215279 16-May-2009 19:24
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Gooseybhai:

I think I was doomed from the start as I was originally doing what the manual said....that plastic clip was just too stiff along with the rubber forming some kind of seal.


Na it's easy, you have to hold the lower part of the remote ( black ) and push the clip and pull the upper part ( grey ) up and open she comes.

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