How to Replace the Battery in an ecobee Room Sensor

Introduction

In This Guide
You'll Learn How To:
  • Locate and replace the battery in your ecobee room sensor.
Before We Begin:
  • Be near your room sensor.
  • Have a 3 Volt CR-2032 replacement battery ready.
Ecobee

1 Battery Replacement

Your ecobee room sensor is powered by a single 3 Volt CR-2032 battery.

If Your Sensor Has a Stand

  1. The stand also acts as the battery cover. While supporting the narrow part of the stand, use a thin tool to remove the battery cover.
    Removing the sensor stand
  2. Gently unseat the battery from the battery compartment.
    Removing the battery
  3. Ensure the battery is inserted positive (+) side up as shown here. You will need to gently seat the new battery into place, allowing the metal prongs to hold the battery into place.
    Positive side facing up
  4. Replace the battery cover by snapping it back into place.

If Your Sensor Does Not Have a Stand

  1. Using a thin tool such as a pen, plastic card, or your fingernail, slip the tool into one of the recessed corners of the battery cover.
    Recessed space in the backing
  2. Remove the battery cover.
    Circular backing from the unit
  3. Gently unseat the battery from the battery compartment.
    Removing the battery
  4. Ensure the battery is inserted positive (+) side up as shown here. You will need to gently seat the new battery into place, allowing the metal prongs to hold the battery into place.
    Positive side facing up
  5. Replace the battery cover by snapping it back into place.

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In This Guide
You'll Learn How To:
  • Locate and replace the battery in your ecobee room sensor.
Before We Begin:
  • Be near your room sensor.
  • Have a 3 Volt CR-2032 replacement battery ready.
Ecobee

Your ecobee room sensor is powered by a single 3 Volt CR-2032 battery.

If Your Sensor Has a Stand

  1. The stand also acts as the battery cover. While supporting the narrow part of the stand, use a thin tool to remove the battery cover.
    Removing the sensor stand
  2. Gently unseat the battery from the battery compartment.
    Removing the battery
  3. Ensure the battery is inserted positive (+) side up as shown here. You will need to gently seat the new battery into place, allowing the metal prongs to hold the battery into place.
    Positive side facing up
  4. Replace the battery cover by snapping it back into place.

If Your Sensor Does Not Have a Stand

  1. Using a thin tool such as a pen, plastic card, or your fingernail, slip the tool into one of the recessed corners of the battery cover.
    Recessed space in the backing
  2. Remove the battery cover.
    Circular backing from the unit
  3. Gently unseat the battery from the battery compartment.
    Removing the battery
  4. Ensure the battery is inserted positive (+) side up as shown here. You will need to gently seat the new battery into place, allowing the metal prongs to hold the battery into place.
    Positive side facing up
  5. Replace the battery cover by snapping it back into place.
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