Carbon Monoxide Detector - Changing batteries

Carbon Monoxide Detector - Changing batteries

The Carbon Monoxide detector requires (3) - 'AA' Batteries. You can purchase 'AA' batteries at any grocery or electronics store and Liberty recommends that you use a high quality brand like Duracell or Energizer.
*Note: Before changing the Batteries on any of your devices, please ensure that your security system has been disarmed.
For a demonstration on how to replace the batteries please watch the following video:



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