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    CMOS replacement batteries

    for an Emachines 3320

    Anyone know of a good supplier of these things please ?

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    I got one from a local hardware shop, but maybe try camara shops, take the old one with you or there should be a number on the top.

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    Most electrical places do suitably sized replacements e.g. Dixons, Currys, Comet etc
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    9/10 times the battery's are code cr2032 you can probabaly find them at you local supermarket or local sunday market.
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    Thanks Alsenior and Agent.

    With that info I'll take a look at the local Maplins and get a few.


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