Had a service visit today and had the batteries replaced in both my fobs. One of my fobs had all three buttons exposed, so they replaced that fob. Got in my car and drove home. I separated the fobs and then had to go back to my car, but the new fob wasn't detected as I approached the car. I was able to unlock the car by double clicking the roof button, but once inside, the car stated that the fob was not inside the car. I was able to lock my car with this new fob as well. My other (original) fob worked fine; it was detected and I was able to drive my car. Any quick solutions before I contact Tesla tomorrow? Reset?