Question about Hitachi PDV-302 Portable DVD Player
I would say the chances are you can't, but all may not be lost. I assume you're after a replacement rather than a second battery, in which case, if you're ok with a soldering iron, you can replace the cells. You will need to prize open the plastic casing and you'll then be able to see what cells it actually uses. There are surprisingly few Li-Ion battery cells in use, and they are all 7.2V, so go on line and order up some of the right size and replace them. It really is as easy as that.
Li-Ion batteries normally come charged as they must never be fully discharged (they contain a small computer that will shut off the power to prevent it) so just take care that you don't accidentally short them while working.
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
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