BATTERY REPLACEMENT INSTRUCTIONS

Your PowerWire cable comes with two long-life 675 button-cell batteries, which are located in the larger of the two cable connectors along with the cable amplifier. While these batteries will normally supply up to a year of power with regular use, the set that was installed in your cable during final testing is the initial set we installed. Several months may have passed between the cable’s production and when you received it. Therefore, your initial set of batteries may last less than a year.

Sound degradation of any kind is most often an indication of reduced battery power and the need for replacement.

REPLACING POWERWIRE’S BATTERIES

1.To change the batteries, unscrew the large jack end, slide the clear shielding back.

2. Gently push the batteries out of the housing seat using a fine tip instrument such as a jeweler’s screwdriver. Insert the tool on the side of the batteries where the insulating tape is located and gently push the batteries out the opposite side. Be careful not to tear or puncture the insulating tape.

3. To insert new batteries, place the positive (+) side of the battery towards the metal stabilization bar (away from circuit board), so that the new batteries are located correctly in the battery seat. Once the new batteries are securely in place, slide shielding sleeve back into place and screw jack housing back together.

4. Once the new batteries are securely in place, slide shielding sleeve back into place and screw jack housing back together.

5. A fresh set of batteries may require minor adjustment of your guitar or amplifier controls.

PowerWire will make all your equipment sound better. So, go ahead. Plug it in. Activate Your Tone!