Changing Batteries for Hunter Douglas PowerView Surface Mount
This tutorial is designed for people who are changing batteries for Hunter Douglas surface mount remote controls. The way you can identify your remote control as a surface mount is by the shape. If you see the completely round shape, that kind of looks like a Nest HVAC controller, then you have the Surface Mount.
Here are the steps to changing batteries for Hunter Douglas surface mount remote controls.
- Purchase two #2032 Batteries per remote control.
- Turn the remote control to the left disengaging the holder from the wall plate. Note that over time, this might be a little stuck. Be firm, but not rough.
- Push the remote control out of the circular holder from the back side.
- Place the remote control on a cloth on a table, or in your hand, with the numbers facing down.
- Using a coin, follow the printed arrow instructions to open the back of the remote control.
- Remove the back of the remote control.
- Remove and replace the #2032 batteries. Be sure to place them in the same direction as the ones you remove.
- Test the remote to verify all steps have been done correctly.
- Replace the back of the remote control and use the coin to tighten the back cover.
- Place the remote control holder back on the wall plate and turn it to the right until it stops.
- Place the remote control in the holder so that it is vertical. You will feel the correct spot for insertion as you turn it lightly to the left and right, There is a groove in the holder that a ridge in the remote fits in.
- Press the STOP button on the remote firmly to insert the remote in the Surface Mount holder.
Remember to change batteries for Hunter Douglas remote controls from time to time. I’ve seen some shades and blinds acting weirdly over the years. Old batteries are usually the culprit.
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