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How can I get the battery back cover with the belt clip adaptor wheel.

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I got a warranty replacement and they sent me one without the adaptor. I gave them a call, and they just shipped me a replacement, no questions asked. 877-977-0162. (don't call on a Monday. I made that mistake once, 15 minutes to talk to someone)

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