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Ipod mini battery- where do you get new battery?

From internet tutorials, I think I can figure out how to replace my 4 GB ipod mini battery (1st generation) but I am not sure what type of battery to get or where to purchase the new battery needed. Thanks!

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Try this site:
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There are many others you can find by doing a google search as well. You have your pick.

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