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Memorybattery. Where can I bay a new memory-battery for my GPS. battery type : 3.3V 0.22F 6.8x2.1 mm with + and - connecting pins. The battery i remouved from GPS has a Voltage 1.0 Volt. My GPS is out of warranty. svclle

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Re: Memorybattery.

This battery is a high voltage coin cell type (has a battery and a capacitor combined) i believe it is a series dsk check the bottom right of this link; and you can see a drawing to check it is the right one. contact details are all there. I would expect most electronic hobby shops to be able to get these for you if you don't want to go direct. Hope this helps :)

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