Question about E-Machines M6811 Notebook
I have to replace the button battery in my Emachine every 2 months.
That seem unreasonable for that machine, have contacted the manufacture about that problem or brought that to there attenition, that maybe very important to there engineers or final test people.
the are thing is looking for a switch that is government ceritified, it has to need certain standards before it can be used on any aircraft so look into a switch that has a curciut braker biult in the switch and every time it wants to burn up the curciut will trip and save the switch from being broken, if later you want to know more about that type of switch you may email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
ps the switch as all different type of surge protection built into it, you maybe go to airport and talk to avaion repair techs and ask about one the they cannot put back into aircraft and buyit or airplane junk yard, small airport machinic, avonics shop, now the switch will not be cheap but you will never have to buy a new switch every 2 months.
rod the candymangandy
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
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