[BCAB] possible problems with my trekker Breeze

Lewis Crack lewiscrack at gmail.com
Sun May 19 19:31:18 BST 2013


Hi,

Near the bottom of the device, on the back side, there are 2 leaver
type gripholds, which you squeeze at the same time and pull gently. I
think that gets the battery out.
Hope this helps.
Regards.
Lewis.

On 19/05/2013, Lewis Crack <lewiscrack at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Near the bottom of the device, on the back side, there are 2 leaver
> type gripholds, which you squeeze at the same time and pull gently. I
> think that gets the battery out.
> Hope this helps.
> Regards.
> Lewis.
>
> On 19/05/2013, David Griffith <d.griffith at btinternet.com> wrote:
>> The confusion thing about the Trekker Battery is that it is integrated
>> with
>> the cover.
>> Having said that I got it off with some trial and error.
>> I am afraid I cannot remember the exact steps. I think there are some
>> grip
>> points on the device which will assist with the removal .
>>
>> David Griffith
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Bcab [mailto:bcab-bounces at lists.bcab.org.uk] On Behalf Of M Lakhani
>> Sent: 19 May 2013 14:55
>> To: Paul Roberts; BCAB Discussion List
>> Subject: Re: [BCAB] possible problems with my trekker Breeze
>>
>> David & phil are correct! What I'm gathering from your message is that
>> removing the battery from the trekker is a problem!
>> I've not got a unit to hand, so was hoping someone could please kindly
>> post
>> instructions for removing & replacing the battery, & the kind of cell
>> needed
>> for making it function !
>>
>> Many thanks in anticipation
>> Muzz
>>
>> Sent from my iPhone
>>
>> On 19 May 2013, at 13:01, "Paul Roberts" <anorack at ntlworld.com> wrote:
>>
>>> HI all,
>>>
>>> hoping someone can help please with the following query.
>>>
>>> Around a month or so ago, I was out and about, using my trekker Breeze
>>> as part of my journey involved walking in unfamiliar teratory.
>>>
>>> Unfortunatley the battery ran out and so I charged the Breeze up
>>> hlater on hat night.
>>>
>>> Had not used it since but as I was making a journey to liverpool on
>>> two buses yesterday, I decided to use the Breeze.
>>>
>>> before setting off, I turned the Breeze on and  I got the usual hi
>>> pitched beep and then waited for it to start talking but this didn't
>>> happen.  I then turned it off but didn't hear the usual double tinging
>>> which normally occurs.
>>>
>>> I then plugged it in and got the high pitched beep as usual.
>>>
>>> Now, by accident, I had left it on but was surprised to hear it
>>> repeatedly saying "battery removed". Think it said this three times.
>>>
>>> Having given up on any possibility of using it yesterday, I decided to
>>> giv it a full charge lat night.
>>>
>>> This morning however, I unplugged it from the mains, switched it on
>>> but got no high pitched beep, no voice and no double ginging sound
>>> when turning the unit off.
>>>
>>> so, is there anything I can possibly do to restore my trekker Breeze
>>> to normality.
>>>
>>> It seems rather odd that when plugged into the mains, it works fine.
>>> Also, I haven't removed the battery and to be honest, i'm not sure you
>>> can do this anyway.
>>>
>>> Last time I used it back in april, it was working fine, even though
>>> the battery was low.
>>>
>>> The only other hting I noticed is ocasionally whilst talking, the
>>> speech wil cut out for a second or two, before coming back on to
>>> finish what it was saying.  don't know if this is a common quirk of the
>> Breeze or not.
>>>
>>> If anyone can assist with this rather bizarre query then please do get
>>> in touch.
>>>
>>> Thanks
>>>
>>> Paul.
>>>
>>>
>>>
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