#2
push the pedal down abit as if you were to activate it and then turn the screw, put the battery in and do the same, it basically takes 1 minute to change it.
#4
Quote by GS LEAD 5
What screw?Where?

sorry that's for a boss pedal, these are the instructions from the digitech website
1. Using the tip of a 1/4" guitar cable, push one
of the release pins in on either side of the
pedal, and remove the pedal from the pedal
chassis.
2. Remove the battery from the battery
compartment and disconnect the battery
cable.
3. Connect a new battery to the battery cable
and put it back in the battery compartment.
Make sure the battery cable does not
interfere with the spring or pedal switch
arm.
4. Place one hole of the pedal over its
corresponding pin.
5. Push the opposite pin in and lower the
other side of the pedal into place over the
depressed pin. Release the pin.When the
pedal is properly fastened, both release pins
are flush with the outer side of the pedal.
and there is a diagram here on page 5 ftp://ftp.digitech.com/pub/PDFs/Manuals/XSeries%20Manuals/DF7%20Manual.pdf
#5
Quote by britishsligean
sorry that's for a boss pedal, these are the instructions from the digitech website
1. Using the tip of a 1/4" guitar cable, push one
of the release pins in on either side of the
pedal, and remove the pedal from the pedal
chassis.
2. Remove the battery from the battery
compartment and disconnect the battery
cable.
3. Connect a new battery to the battery cable
and put it back in the battery compartment.
Make sure the battery cable does not
interfere with the spring or pedal switch
arm.
4. Place one hole of the pedal over its
corresponding pin.
5. Push the opposite pin in and lower the
other side of the pedal into place over the
depressed pin. Release the pin.When the
pedal is properly fastened, both release pins
are flush with the outer side of the pedal.
and there is a diagram here on page 5 ftp://ftp.digitech.com/pub/PDFs/Manuals/XSeries%20Manuals/DF7%20Manual.pdf

Thanks dude.....you just saved my entire rig.