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Denis Friedman Posted on Jan 31, 2006
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Pioneer PD-F1007 My PD-F1007 only "remembers" disc titles for a few days. When played, all disc and track titles will display, but after a few days the unit can no longer retain the disc name data. It was suggested that I replace the internal battery. Undoubtedly that's the right fix, but upon opening the case I cannot find the battery. Any help in pointing me to the location of the battery without disassembling the whole player would be greatly appreciated. Thank you

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The battery should be located next to an IC on the left hand side of the main circuit board.
It looks like a coin standing on it's side, have a blue rim
and it'll say (or should say) ELNA 0127 5.5v

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Hi, You need to check for schematics of the changer. They are sold in various places. Daniel

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