Question about Minolta Maxxum 7000 35mm SLR Camera
Hi...I have a minolta maxxum 7000 and I need to replace the lithium battery. Can you please tell me the type of battery I need exactly and where to purchase. Thanks for your help.
The above posting is correct, and the cell is a CR2016. The main batteries are removed by unscrewing the battery holder on the right grip. Most Maxxum 7000's have AAA's, some have AA's, and if you have the lithium holder, it uses a 2CR5, available at the photo shops / pharmacies.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
The lithium button cell is under the metal plate where the battery holder attaches. There are six screws holding the plate to the camera. I believe the cell is a CR-2025.
That being said, replacing the lithium battery will only restore the cameras ability to remember your settings and frame counter when the regular batteries are not on the camera. It will not restore functions of the camera.
If the camera is not functioning properly, you have a power problem with the main batteries, not the memory backup cell
Posted on Mar 23, 2008
The Battery is a CR-2016 lithium
Posted on Mar 24, 2008
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