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#638726 10/24/20 06:01 PM
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Anyone know the batt number for the CPU.
Not in the book, not one here to look at, have a used CPU w/ no batt.

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I think it's a standard number, like 2032. I changed one a while ago. Not at home right now to look it up in my notes, but I'll check later today. Is this for a 2100?

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yes, 2100 cpu

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Yup, it's a CR2032. Regular old watch battery. Found it in the SL2100 Getting Started Guide, issue 1.0 on page 31.

I would send you a snip of the page, but I never had good luck posting a picture here, and can't find Dean's instructions when I need them.

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Thanks a mil.

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The attached file is the page from the manual.

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Bingo! Thanks Dean.


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