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Re: [IP] ultra meter dying

 The batteries is a 3-volt lithium, code CR2032, sold by Energizer, Sony, Radio
Shack, etc. It will cost you about $2.79 retail. However, if you look around,
you can get it for much less. I buy mine at Fry's Electronics for $1.29 each. I
am sure on the Internet there are some deals.

> Open it up and look. I replaced both of Jenny's meters' batteries a few 
> weeks ago. They were easy to find at our local Longs Drugs.
> Kay
> > 
> On Sunday, December 7, 2003, at 02:32 PM, Heidi Vogan wrote:
> > Got a quick,deathly importent question for anyone who
> > doesn't have anything better to do with their Sunday
> > evening..What type of batteries does the Ultra meter
> > use?Mine has just given up the ghost,with no prior
> > alarms,no nothing,it won't turn on.
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