Wireless Personal Panic Device
Note: You will need a small Philips screwdriver (looks like an x).
Unscrew the bottom of the device.
Remove the bottom and the rubber wristband.
Gently remove the circuit board
Gently remove the battery from its connections. If this is difficult, you can use the edge of one of the rubber pieces that make up the wristband.
Note the battery terminals (+, -).
Place a new battery in the device (CR1632).
Place the circuit board back in the plastic cover, ensuring the lights line up with the slots on the cover.
Replace the rubber wristband pieces and the base of the device.
Screw in the base.
Test the device by pressing the button. A light will blink to signal the device is operational.