Question about NexxTech Exercise & Fitness
As I had'nt use my pedomer for a very long time I don't know how to even open it to see sreen & buttons fand appply the necessary setttings to "operate" it... for the rest of my life. The model is # 6310638. It has two cells : 2 x "LR43" Button Cells. It isn't hard to have this habillity, I know, I know... Once you'll tell me I will make a brain message so I'll never forget this "How to" again. Thank you for helping me !
Posted by Anonymous on
To open the NexxTech 6310638 just press the button at the top of the device and the screen should pop open. Instructions for use are printed inside the top cover.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Where can I get LR44(1130)
I can usually find the LR44 battery at Walgreens, Walmart and other stores (not Staples as far as I remember). Most recently I've purchased them from online vendors for a better price. (http://www.sciplus.com/category.cfm/subsection/13/start/12/maxrows/11/srch.fp/1 scroll to the fourth item on the list.)
The reason you didn't find the correct size could be that the stores were out, not looking in the right section of batteries, or you didn't check the complete list of equivalent battery labels. The LR44 is also called AG13, A76, L1154, G13, V13GA . At my local Walmart, these are often in the battery section near the cell phones and cameras. At Walgreen, I usually find the G13 batteries near electronics. (Other button battery displays can be focused on the hearing aid size batteries which are usually smaller.)
Amazon lists a 10-pack here: http://www.amazon.com/LR44-Maxell-Alkaline-Button-Battery/dp/B000BMRRPS .
I hope this helps.
(we keep the extras in the refrigerator. It helps that we have several calculators and things that take the LR44 battery. So buying in sets of 10 doesn't lead to an excess number of low voltage batteries due to age.)
Posted on Jul 19, 2011
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