How To Change Battery In Daniel Marshall Humidor

Owning a Daniel Marshall humidor is one of the classiest things that you can have in your home or office. It not only keeps your cigars fresh and safe, but it also helps you organize your cigar collection, be it the big ones or the little ones.

However, because the humidor has to be opened regularly in order to put new cigars in and take old ones out, you’ll need to replace its battery every so often. This 10-step guide will walk you through how to do it correctly and efficiently so that you’ll have plenty of time left over to enjoy those cigars!

Step 1. Remove the humidor lid

The first step to changing the battery in your Daniel Marshall humidor is to remove the lid. This will give you access to the battery compartment, which is located on the underside of the lid. To remove the lid, simply unscrew the two screws that are holding it in place.

Once the screws are removed, lift the lid off of the humidor body. Be careful when removing the lid as it may contain water and other debris from inside the humidor. Next, turn over the lid so that you can see what is inside of it.

You should now be able to see a screw with a nut around it at the bottom of the humidor’s body. Use an adjustable wrench or pliers to loosen this screw until you can easily pull out one side and then use both hands to fully remove it.

Step 2. Take out old battery

The first step is to take out the old battery from your humidor. You’ll need a small screwdriver to remove the screws that hold the battery compartment in place. Once the screws are removed, you can simply lift out the old battery. If there’s any residue left behind, you can clean it up with a damp cloth.

Step 3. Insert new battery

Before you begin, make sure you have the correct type of battery. You’ll also need a small Phillips head screwdriver.

Begin by unscrewing the two screws on the back of the humidor. Next, remove the panel to reveal the battery compartment. Take out the old battery and insert the new one, making sure that the positive end is facing up. Finally, screw the panel back on and screw in the two screws.

Step 4. Move all parts back into place

Now that the new battery is in, it’s time to put everything back together. Begin by screwing the battery cover back on tightly. Next, reattach the humidifier/hygrometer unit to the inside of the lid. Make sure that it is snug and secure before moving on.

Step 5. Add humidity packet into humidifier tray

Close the latch on your humidor. Make sure it’s latched securely, so the humidor will seal properly and keep your cigars fresh.

Remove the packet from its plastic packaging and place it into the tray. It should be placed right next to where you just replaced the battery, as this is where your humidifier will sit when you open up your humidor.

Step 6. Close the latch

Be sure to close the latch tightly so that the humidor can properly seal. You may need to use a bit of force to snap it shut.

Place your newly charged battery inside the battery compartment: The compartment is on the underside of the lid, near where you inserted your screwdriver to open it.

Replace the panel with screws: There are four panels on either side of the bottom of your humidor; one with two screws and three without any screws, including one with no visible screw heads at all.

Step 7. Fill the humidifier with distilled water

If your humidifier has a water reservoir, fill it with distilled water. You can find distilled water at most grocery stores. Do not use tap water, as it can contain minerals that will damage your humidor. For this reason, we recommend using distilled water instead of tap water when filling the humidifier.

Step 8. Close and lock the latch and lid

Make sure that the latch is locked before you close the lid. This will ensure that your humidor stays airtight. Close the lid and check that it’s locked by pressing down on it. If it pops open, that means that the latch isn’t locked and you’ll need to start over from Step 1.

Step 9. Power on your new, updated humidor!

After you’ve inserted the new batteries and replaced the humidor’s lid, it’s time to power on your device. Depending on your model, there may be a switch on the bottom that you need to flip.

Once you do that, a light should come on inside the humidor, indicating that it’s working properly. If not, make sure that the batteries are inserted correctly and try again.

Final Word

There you have it! In just 10 steps, you can change the battery in your Daniel Marshall humidor and keep it running like new. We hope this guide was helpful. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to reach out to us. Thanks for reading!

How To Open Humidor Without Key


I'm Devin. I'm a wine enthusiast, researcher, and writer. I love to write about various topics during my free time, but when I'm not working you can find me traveling the world or reading, watching movies, or swimming.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Recent Content