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Have 5 batt-2p batteries 7.2 volt for a pvs166w

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  • bobnewton Dec 20, 2008

    Do you have an extra charger?


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Where did you get the batt-2p. i need one badley

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  • sdouble4021 Jan 25, 2011

    I need a battery for a Kawasaki dvd player -modelPVS1080 battery model BATT-2P


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Where did u get 7.2 rechargeable battery port the Kawasaki portable DVD player PVS 166 w

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