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    Gregg Mahin Sep 22, 2017

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Hi, just bought zzr 250 and was running fine, needs new battery but jump started it and after a few mins of running water started leaking out. Stopped the bike and could hear a whinning nice or like a


Need to make a compression test on each cylinder in case you need a new cylinder head gasket, test the thermostat and check that the radiator fan works ok.Also after installing a new battery (which you should cause the old one will damage you regulator eventually) check that the charging system works ok.

Feb 09, 2012 | 1991 kawasaki ZZR 250

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How do you change the battery?


theres two hidden screws under the sticker on the bottom...they are torx screws, remove those then carefully split the case with your finger nail...the battery and the speaker are on the rear half.

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Sep 18, 2011 | Garmin nuvi 250 GPS Receiver

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My VTR 250 2003 won't start. The lights are all working when I turn it on but when I go to start it it turns over for a second then it's dead. whats up with that? Battery perhaps?


Very much sounds as though the battery is run down. In such a case you will se symptoms exactly as you are describing them, lights work but only cranks once. If you continue to try and start it, the bike will likely eventually die. It may be possible to push start your bike but your first destination after that should be a battery shop which will perform a free diagnostic of you electric system to make sure it's just the battery or if perhaps your alternator is failing to charge.

Cheers.

Apr 07, 2011 | 2003 Honda VTR 250

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I don't know how to get to the battery


On the back of these GRMS radios, there is a latch at the bottom of the casing. Remove the belt clip by pushing it up, then release the latch at the bottom of the radio to open the battery compartment.

The battery door will flip up then pull it down and off. Reverse to replace and battery installation.

Oct 11, 2010 | Motorola Talkabout FRS 250 (14 Channels)...

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I need Guidance on opening the case up to check/replace battery. This is a Remington WPG-250 and doesn't have any screws on the outside.


There are no screws holding this together only 8 locking plastic clipbs (4 on each side). To open I started near the battery charger end and used a flat tip screwdriver to gently pry open the case. Repeat on the other side. Unit has 2 Sanyo NIMH AAA batteries (welded tabs in series). I can't determine if these are regular NIMHs or enloops.

Aug 22, 2010 | Remington WPG-250 Hair Trimmer

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Have the battery cant open the case


Put your thumbnail under the Garmin logo and pry off the faceplate. You should then see how to get to the back.

May 14, 2009 | Garmin nuvi 250 GPS Receiver

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Change battery???


If you are using the radio in the photo the TalkAbout 250, the battery cover is the black U-shaped bottom of the radio. It slides down and off the radio. It and the back (bottom half) of the radio are all one piece.

May 07, 2009 | Motorola Talkabout FRS 250 (14 Channels)...

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Battery


Take off battery cover - two bolts. Take out two screws, one on each side, located near top of battery case. There was another bolt, I do not recall where. No need to remove the ones from the bottom. With the bolts out, the case will swivel a little toward the front tire. Then slide out battery.

Nov 10, 2008 | 2004 Suzuki VL 250 Intruder LC

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Remington MS2-250 shaver disassembly?


This shaver was pretty clearly not designed for battery replacement. To open, first remove the screen and blades, and unhook the metal collar from the tab on the back of the case. Then carefully pry off the black inset on the front of the shaver. Underneath it, near the bottom are two screws. Remove these. The case is now only held together by several plastic latches, which can be carefully pried apart with a small screwdriver. The two 2/3A size batteries are soldered to the printed circuit board, which can be pulled out (don't break the wires to the motor) by a little wiggling. The original batteries in mine are 1100mAh, and I have just ordered 1600mAh replacements. The new ones don't have tabs - so soldering them in place is probably going to be a challenge.

Good luck.

Aug 24, 2008 | Remington MS2-250

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Ignition switch


Clean battery terminals.
Inspect ground strap, from engine to body, clean or replace.
Test battery

Jun 26, 2008 | 1987 Ford F 250

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