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I have a palm zire 22 that the battery seems to be giving out. Can it be replaced, if so, how?

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Yes i know a compayn that does the www.pdarepair.com. Your going to 9 times out of 10 here need to know how to solder if not leave it to them to install the new battery so that you know its going to work the first time.

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