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These old Telxon devices had a switch in the battery compartment to disable the backup battery for storage, power off the unit then change the switches position and try again.

If you still have the problem the unit will need a new backup battery fitting. The unit will need to be opened and a new cell soldered onto the mainboard.

If you really get stuck contact:

www.portablesolutions.com

Posted on Nov 29, 2013

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