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Arccos Caddie Sensor Battery Replacement

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Found this video showing how to remove and replace the battery in the Arccos Caddie sensor. This is part 1. 


This is part 2:



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Nice. I’ve got the second generation sensors as well, so I’d like to use them as long as I can. I’ve got a few putter sensors that have gone dead (I assume from the battery) that I can try this out on. 

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