Le 16 mai 2018 à 03:18
Your garage door remote control is having more and more trouble working? Your battery may well be empty. Over time, your remote control battery may decrease in efficiency until it stops working at all. You will therefore need to change this battery.
Today, two types of batteries are found in remote controls for gates or garage doors. These can be powered either by alkaline batteries or by lithium batteries. Most of the time, these are removable so that you can change them without having to change the wireless remote control. Before doing so, you should check what types of batteries are required, but also which model is suitable for your remote control. There are several kinds, which forces you to be vigilant. Also make sure to check the voltage to avoid any operating problems. Choosing the right battery model will give you peace of mind for a long time.
Changing the battery on your garage door long range wireless switch is not a complicated operation. The most important thing is to proceed methodically and take certain precautions. Once you are sure you have the right replacement model, you will need:
Open your remote control. Be careful not to force, especially if the remote control is old, so as not to damage the plastic. To open, you only need a small screwdriver to remove the fixing screws. Some remote controls do not have fixing screws and simply snap off.
Once the remote control is open, gently remove the faulty battery.
When inserting the new battery, if it is of the "button" type, it is recommended not to touch its faces with your fingers, as this could considerably reduce its performance. It is best to handle it by the edges and gently wipe it with a clean cloth to remove any dust.
When inserting your new garage door remote control battery, also be sure to observe the required position. Once all these steps are completed, you can close the case and take full advantage of your remote control.