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    Catchm
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      I have a Beotime and found Steve’s video on YouTube very helpful. Unfortunately I can’t get access to the battery section. The outer cap I have removed and then there is an inner plastic cap which seems stuck. Any suggestions welcome

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      #54220
      billbriscoe
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        That’s the plastic battery tray that holds the 3 batteries.  If you turn the Bedtime upside down and tap it against your hand it should slide down, a few more gentle taps on the side and you should be able to remove it.

        #54221
        Catchm
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          Thanks billbriscoe, I given it some gentle (and not so gentle taps!) and it seems stuck. Much appreciate the feedback

          #54222
          lausvi
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            It should slide out, but if there is any battery leakage, it will make it stuck. Try pulling it with a small pick (under the edge of the tray) and hopefully it will come out with little persuation.

            #54223
            Catchm
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              Thank you lausvi. I will give it a go

              #54224
              Valve1
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                The battery tray is a very “snug” fit. I find when reloading the tray that it can resist it but by rotating a little and reloading it slides in.

                I would not tap it against any thing hard. Perhaps try putting it in a warm place (not hot) for a few hours would help.

                #54225
                Catchm
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                  Thank you all. Success. A bit of gentle heat (thank you Valve 1) and gentle manoeuvring did the trick.

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