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After a good number of years use the battery of my Philips hdd 120 seems to have thrown it in. Has anyone replaced the battery in one of these machines? Cheers
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: philips hdd120
Hi there Well i tried this and it worked Install net framework 2 (from microsoft) Also if you don't want to use the rubbish softward provided Download a programme called HERBERT Select your HDD 120 hard drive from my computer and install HERBERT on there - creat a shorcut of HERBERT to your desktop & you can put albums etc from that (you do have to ensure you have the latest firmware installed - Herbert can do this for you as well Then you should be ready to go - its a lot faster than DMM!!
Posted on Nov 30, 2006
SOURCE: philips hdd 1630
The battery in the HDD1630 can be changed, but it's a bit fiddly to do.
Remove the hex screw from the back of the casing.
Gently lever the back cover off by insert a small flat blade or metal strip in between the front and back cover at the top. (Do not try to pull it off from the bottom.)
Tape along the buttons and switches down both sides of the player, so they don't fall out when you remove the front cover.
Undo the four cross head screws in the corners of the inner panel.
Gently ease the inner workings away from the front casing. Note the ribbon cable to the front panel.
Ease the buttons on both sides away from the inner casing. They are only stuck down with double sided tape.
Lift the metal plate away from the battery and hard disc, taking care not to pull the microphone out of the plastic end cap. (If it is pulled out, it can be stuck back in place on re-assembly.
Carefully lift the battery away from the board from the end opposite the wire. Pull the battery connector out of the socket and replace.
Re-assembly is the reverse procedure.
Posted on Feb 16, 2008
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