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IUseaClicker - I use a clicker I need to know these things...

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ATS, R. Ralston, 9/19/08 I use a clicker. I need to know these things: 1. The button on the left is the OFF (0) / ON (1) button. When first turned on, that blocky graphic on the lower right shows the approximate battery charge. I can use the Diagnostics menu to get a more accurate indication of battery life. 2. When the battery charge gets below about 15%, I should replace the three AAA batteries, using a small Phillips screwdriver. 3. When switched on, the unit will go to sleep in 4 minutes or less to conserve the batteries. Pressing any key will wake it up. If previously joined to an RF class, it is still joined. 4. If I have joined an RF class, I need to leave my clicker turned ON until the class is over. If I accidentally turn my clicker off, I then need to re-join the RF class in progress. 5. I need to learn to navigate through the menus. I can use the instruction sheet that comes with the unit. I can use the visual aids on the PRS User Group Smartsite: ( http://smartsite.ucdavis.edu
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