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    Default Changing Applause battery

    I just got my Applause uke (in trade for the Eleuke) and it had no manual. Can someone please tell me where the battery is and how to change it?

    What sort of battery does it use? Standard 9V?
    Ian
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    Never mind. Got it figured out. What a nightmare!

    I've commented on the Applause and the battery business on my ukulele review page.
    Last edited by ichadwick; 07-17-2008 at 03:55 AM.
    Ian
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    Check your link.

    Wow, just read the ordeal. My hands are too big for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deach View Post
    Check your link.

    Wow, just read the ordeal. My hands are too big for that.
    Ah, try doing it when you're wearing a fat, unbending finger splint on your left hand... it's a nightmare. Had to remove the splint to get my hand inside (it's not that small a hole, but the space inside is limited and full of wires). A lot of the cursing came from the twinges in my damaged finger...
    Ian
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