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Replacing CZ101 internal battery.

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If I'm not mistaken, the CZ101 has a lithium battery to maintain patch memory.

 

Does anyone have any info on how to replace this?

 

Thanks.

 

-Ron.

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Originally posted by rpieket

If I'm not mistaken, the CZ101 has a lithium battery to maintain patch memory.


Does anyone have any info on how to replace this?


Thanks.


-Ron.

 

You are mistaken. The only kind of battery that saves patch memory are the D-cell batteries in the CZ-101. If you don't use the AC adaptor, the batteries power the CZ as well as maintain patch memory. If you use the AC adaptor, the batteries maintain patch memory only.

 

If you use your CZ-101 without the D-cell batteries, it can't keep the patches when it's off.

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I had a CZ-1000, there was a battery in the memory cartridge, but not the keyboard itself. Not including the D batteries you can opt to power it up.

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Originally posted by runbeerrun

I had a CZ-1000, there was a battery in the memory cartridge, but not the keyboard itself. Not including the D batteries you can opt to power it up.

Ok. I have a memory cartridge, too. By the sound of it, it is a safer place to store patches. How do I change the battery in the memory cartridge?

 

-Ron.

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pry it open - carefully. maybe it has a small notch to fit a coin in there? can't remember. it's a pretty common battery i think.

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I did change the battery in the cartridge once, you just unscrew like 4 little screws, it opens, and you'll see a large circular battery.

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