ScrappleCheesesteaks: Thank you! I refuse to buy from a $40 battery from those a**hats - The stupid POS was replaced "12 months and 3 week ago" so Verizon will not replace it for free. Plus if I lose power, I'm losing the phones and internet anyway so they thing is completely pointless for me. If I can shut this f'ing thing up once and for all, it will no question return my sanity back to normal again.
Jeff Burola: My family thanks you !!!
John W: Nice and I fail to understand how some one can watch this and give a thumbs down. Your are just trying to help.
Contiki Cartier: I thought this exactly!
joaquinvg: you are my hero!!!! thx a lot for this!!!!!!..... thanx thanx thanx!!!!!
PAUL F: Thank you! Thank you!
waccaudio: I just performed this action. So far no sound. lets give it a day too be sure.
speedycerv: any way that I could see this process? can't find a video on it and I don't want to break the box
BougeBlog: This video made my night. On my box, they embedded a metal piece in front of it (that would rip out the bottom of the board if you tried to yank it out). There's a hole in that metal, and if you take a thin bolt you can remove that top part. Tweezers did the rest.
Like seriously, best video ever. I've been putting up with the beep for 2.5 years in a one bedroom apartment. No more. I will spread the word. How this only has 50K views is beyond me.
Anon: Thanks a bunch, mlsgiant! Your description on how to do it was right on and best of all, no more stupid, annoying beeping sounds!
HAMMER SWUNGHARD: Just take a needle nose plier and yank the the whole cylinder out.
HAMMER SWUNGHARD: Thanks!!!+++ It worked
Michael Thompson: Thanks! Finally a permanent solution
Matt Stuart: Sorry about the cursing, but, you know, that beeping can drive you to madness.
Matt Stuart: This is the exact freaking piece of information that I was looking for. Thanks.
Larry Atkins: well with the closet overflowing with wife crap, it took half an hour just to get to it so it definately took longer than most. that said, i can say behind the same small box off the side of the battery is where there are 2 recessed screws that need to come out. the rest is as indicated in the video...
Michael Mandato: Thank you. This was awesome. The total project took me less than 10 minutes. I just twisted that black piezo speaker with needlenose plyers and it popped right off. I generally love FIOS, but the fact that you can't silence the alarm for good is BS. This was awesome. In 7+ years, and plenty of power outages, this box has been completely useless. My cell phone provided me with all the backup I needed.
A Rose Grows in Harlem: THANK YOU!!!!!!
Hunter Clary: Best video ever! Bye bye battery beep.
Kitty Carlson: Hi, I had this problem and it was driving me crazy and I refuse to spend $30 on a battery. My particular wall unit did not open so I could reveal the speaker so I couldn't destroy/block it. I ended up going to Best Buy and purchasing a Universal AD/DC power adapter that came with 6 different size plugs. One of them fit into the dc spot on the Verizon unit and I now just leave the unit plugged into the wall. The low battery light went off and the beeping stopped. It's been three days. The kit cost me $12 and I can use it for lots of other things that I have lost the chargers for! Yay me!!!
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