How to change the batteries in your Autowatch peanut remote
The Autowatch 225000 (AKA peanut remote) takes 2 CR1220 coin type batteries. These last for about 3 years with normal use.
The back of the case with have either N4086, 225-000, or 446-300 etched into it. Replacement cases are available through me.
To change the batteries you’ll need a small Philips screw driver.
Remove the two screws that hold the case together, then turn the remote so the button faces upwards before opening.
Make a note of which way the batteries are installed and replace them (if you muddle this bit up then use the following photo as a reference):
Replace the screws and test the remote. If the LED lights up then you have the batteries in the correct way. Test on the alarm.
Need a new Autowatch Remote?
Most Autowatch alarms can learn up to 8 remote controls. If you require a new remote control then you’ll need your alarms 5 digit security number to be able to access programming.
Replacement Remote: $100.00
Works with the following Autowatch systems:
Replacement Case: $30.00
Case includes key ring and button pad. (not the tact switch which is part of the circuit board)
Note: I do not offer international sales. New Zealand only.