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- BT Humble
May 22, 2006, 5:15 am
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thread to refresh your memory:
As it turns out, the Acernote 370 uses a very common CR1220 lithium
coin cell. They're readily availavle and only cost $3.95 each BUT...
...you have to totally disassemble the machine to replace it.
I've done the job on the test machine, and when I was finished it
worked perfectly and I only had 3 screws left over. ;-)
I've printed out some annotated pages from the service manual (thanks
again, budgie) and some photos from my own experience, they'll be
posted off to Fiji in the next day or so.
Here's the pictures of the school computer lab again (I've got a domain
now, it's very scmick):
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