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suitable batteries?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Mort, 30 Apr 2002.

  1. Mort

    Mort What's a Dremel?

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    ne one no where i can pick up a long lasting cell battery for my cmos as mine has died.............:cries: i will miss it dearly.........
     
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  2. IsaacSibson

    IsaacSibson Banned

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    CMOS batteries are typically CR2025 or CR2032 button cells. These are easily available. For more unusual sizes (eg CR1620), go to your local camera shop (not dixons or whatnot...a proper camera shop), and they will have them.
     
  3. felix the cat

    felix the cat Spaceman Spiff

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    or "borrow" one out of one of ur schools computer or and old 286 you happen to have lying around....
     
  4. xmanica

    xmanica What's a Dremel?

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    /me votes for flix's option :D
     
  5. felix the cat

    felix the cat Spaceman Spiff

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    its cheaper....and more ghetto like.....:D :lol: :dude:

    but good to keep those battery type no. handy....in case you dont go to school anymore...
     
  6. Mort

    Mort What's a Dremel?

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    ok, thanks u guys. much appreciated!
     
  7. scoob8000

    scoob8000 Wheres my plasma cutter?

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    im quite certain without looking that bg micro has them at a semi decent price.. so while your at it ya can pick up a ccfl and kill two birds with one stone :)

    -scoob8000
     

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