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Pismo PRAM battery?

Message #1 - Posted 2005/01/06 - DaveC

The PRAM battery in the Pismo (and most PowerBooks I've seen) are made up from three button-type lithium cells in series.

What type cells make up this battery? It's simple enough to look for myself, but I'd like to have one ready-made before I disassemble the PB to replace it.

Thanks,

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Message #2 - Posted 2005/01/07 - John Johnson

Previously, DaveC wrote:

The PRAM battery in the Pismo (and most PowerBooks I've seen) are made up from three button-type lithium cells in series.

My Pismo PRAM battery appears to be four cells. Further, it was my impression (though I'm not sure about it) that the PRAM battery for the Pismo is rechargeable. I don't know whether this changes anything about your plans or not.

I'll sell you mine (got a new one, then the CPU died) if you like. Get in touch.

Later.
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