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Replacing The Batteries - Philips 50 XM Series Instructions For Use Manual

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Replacing the Batteries

Replacing the Batteries
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The monitor's internal clock is powered by two batteries that are located
behind a panel at the rear. The average life span of these batteries is one
year. We recommend replacing them during the annual preventative
maintenance cycle. When the battery charge is low, the message
trace. When this happens, replace the batteries as soon as possible.
To replace the batteries:
1. Switch off the monitor and disconnect it from the mains supply.
2. Replace the batteries with two alkaline 1.5 Volt size N batteries.
3. Replace the mains supply and switch the monitor on.
4. Reset the time and date to prevent the wrong time and date from
being printed on the recorder trace.
If the batteries are not replaced when necessary, the specific settings will
return to their default values and will have to be reset each time the
monitor is switched on. For example, the date is set to 4.4.44 and Toco
baseline to 20 units. Leaking batteries could damage the monitor. If the
monitor is not used for long periods, remove the batteries.
is displayed, and
Chapter 18 - Maintenance and Performance Assurance
is printed on the recorder

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