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Gp280bvk x3 i am loking for a rechargable batterie # gp280bvk x3 for a wireless headphone Recotton model #1682 k965

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I have the same headphones. I went to Batteries Plus and purchased a similar battery, NUON, NU67, 3.6v 320mAh. The original battery is 3.6v 280mAh. The 320mAh holds the charge longer. You must swap the connector from the old battery to the new battery in order tomake it work. This can be done two ways, carefully removing the connector or cut, splice, solder and insulate the battery leads. Removing the connectors is tricky because the leads lock into place when inserted into the connectors. Good Luck.

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Your wireless headphone unit requires two rechargeable AAA batteries.
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