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Powerbook PRAM battery - where from?

Message #1 - Posted 2004/12/24 - A.Lee

The PRAM battery on my Lombard has gone I think - the time resets overnight to 01:00.
Tha main battery is also dead(and has been for a while) - so is this likely to be the PRAM battery gone, or is it the cause of the dead main battery?
If it is the PRAM, where can I get one from?
Thanks
Alan.

To reply by e-mail, change the ' + ' to 'plus'. http://www.dvatc.co.uk - Off-road cycling in the North Midlands.

Message #2 - Posted 2004/12/24 -

A.Lee wrote:

The PRAM battery on my Lombard has gone I think - the time resets overnight to 01:00.
Tha main battery is also dead(and has been for a while) - so is this likely to be the PRAM battery gone, or is it the cause of the dead main battery?
If it is the PRAM, where can I get one from?
Thanks
Alan.

http://www.applemacparts.com/adapters_and_batteries.php

Were good for me.

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JohnB

Message #3 - Posted 2004/12/24 - A.Lee

On Fri, 24 Dec 2004 16:31:20 +0000, JohnB wrote:

A.Lee wrote:

The PRAM battery on my Lombard has gone I think

http://www.applemacparts.com/adapters_and_batteries.php

Were good for me.

Shite, £36. A trip to Maplins with the old one may be on the cards next week.
Alan.

To reply by e-mail, change the ' + ' to 'plus'. http://www.dvatc.co.uk - Off-road cycling in the North Midlands.

Message #4 - Posted 2004/12/24 - Bonge Boo!

On 24/12/04 7:07 pm, in article 41cc69f5$0$48089$ed2619ec@ptn-nntp-reader02.plus.net, A.Lee wrote:

The PRAM battery on my Lombard has gone I think

http://www.applemacparts.com/adapters_and_batteries.php

Were good for me.

Shite, £36. A trip to Maplins with the old one may be on the cards next week.
Alan.

Don't bother. They are a rather weird assembly of 4 Li batteries, with a load of neat little touch-welds, wires and stuff.

I have one from a Pismo you can have for £20. I won't guarrantee it, except that it is working, or your money back. It been sitting in a draw for 12 months.

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