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Internal Battery for Partner

Internal Battery for Partner

Internal Battery for Partner

(OP)
Can anyone tell me if the internal (system) battery for the partner processor module is replaceable?  I have a partner that loses it's system configuration every time power is lost.  If the battery is replaceable, where can I get one and what is the procedure for replacing it.

Thanks

RE: Internal Battery for Partner

It has been a while since you posted this message and I wanted to check to see if you have resolved this issue. I too am having this same problem and would like to resolve it on my end.

Thanks

RE: Internal Battery for Partner

(OP)
I have purchased the battery but I have not installed it yet.  I didn't realize that the battery was soldered to the contacts.  The battery is in our remote office, but I'll send you the info on the battery as soon as I go back to that office.

RE: Internal Battery for Partner

I bought a batt. from www.sandman.com. and it worked well.I recommend you get the proper soldering iron that will suck up the molten solder or you could damage the board.Its really quite uneventful to be honest with you.

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