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Do you have a garage remote that isn’t working properly? Maybe the battery is dead and you don’t know how to change it. In this blog post, we will teach you the best way to change a garage remote battery! We will provide step-by-step instructions, as well as pictures, so that you can follow along. Changing a garage remote battery is a quick and easy process, and it only takes a few minutes!
How to change the garage door remote battery?
First, you will need to gather the following supplies:
– A new garage remote battery (preferably the same size and type as the old one)
– A small Phillips head screwdriver
– A rag or paper towel (to clean up any battery acid that may spill)
Once you have gathered your supplies, follow these steps:
Locate the garage remote. It is usually attached to a keychain. If you cannot find it, check your car’s glove box or center console. Once you have located the garage remote, look for a small Phillips head screw on the back of it. This is usually located in one of the corners.
Use the Phillips head screwdriver to remove the screw. Be careful not to lose the screw!
Gently pry open the back of the garage remote. You may need to use a flathead screwdriver for this step.
Remove the old remote battery and dispose of it properly. If there is any battery acid on the terminals, clean it off with the rag or paper towel.
Insert the new garage remote battery into the garage remote, making sure that the positive (+) side is facing up.
Close the back of the garage remote and replace the screw.
And that’s it! You have now successfully changed your garage remote battery. Wasn’t that easy? If you found it hard, be sure to have a garage door expert.
How long does a garage door remote battery last?
On average, a garage door remote battery will last for about six months to one year. Of course, this depends on how often you use your garage door and how well you take care of your garage remote. If you find that your garage remote batteries are dying quicker than they should, there are a few things you can do to try and prolong their life:
– Store your garage remote in a cool, dry place when you’re not using it. This will help to prevent the battery from leaking.
– Avoid dropping or banging your garage remote against hard surfaces.
– Do not expose your garage remote to extreme temperatures (hot or cold).
– Keep the terminals clean by wiping them down with a rag or paper towel every few months.
We told you it would be quick and easy! garage remote battery Now, you can go about your day without having to worry about your garage remote not working. Thanks for reading and we hope this was helpful!
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us. We would be more than happy to help! Until next time…happy garage remoting!