[Vrstream] stream battery

Mary Kozy mkozy at sbcglobal.net
Thu Nov 10 08:13:37 EST 2011


Ann,

Thanks.  You are a genius.  My stream now works!! I used your "second 
method" -- but I'll keep the idea of dropping it on the bathroom floor as a 
back up plan -- lol!  Thanks a bunch.  I owe you a drink.

Mary

At 09:48 PM 11/9/2011, you wrote:
>Every time I drop mine on the bathroom floor, the battery falls 
>out.  (lol)  I don't recommend that method, though.
>
>Instead, first slide the battery cover off.  It's on the back, and if you 
>press on it hard and scoot it toward the foot of the player--where the 
>read and fast forward and rewind keys are, it will come off.  The battery 
>is exposed then, but very secure.  Catch the top edge, on the back of the 
>Stream behind the #1-#3 keys, sort of, with a fingernail or other strong 
>object, and lift it away from the Stream.  It doesn't slide like the 
>cover, but pulls away at the top as though it were hinged at the bottom, 
>which it ain't.  Maybe I'll just send this to you.  I would be embarrassed 
>for anyone else to see it.  (smile)
>
>Or drop the sucker on the bathroom floor.
>
>Good luck!
>
>At 09:32 PM 11/9/2011, you wrote:
>>My stream stopped working.  I wonder if I need to take out the battery 
>>but I can't quite figure out how to get the back off.  Any suggestions?
>>
>>Thanks.
>>
>>Mary
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