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Replacements Parts I need to find a replacement for the battery compartment cover.

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    me to.

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  • smileplease Sep 01, 2008

    me 3, currently use some strong rubber bands to hold the broke lid in place, but really would like to find a replacement door.



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Does any one still know where to find a battery compartment cover for the capture view

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d0e4_2.jpgNow, while replacements can be for just any electronic store near your home/business, pharmacies also carry these types of batteries, but if your choice is to buy them here on ebay, we recommend buying them from a seller who has other Evo Part integration and has proven themselves to be fully knowledgeable on HP/Compaq Evo Models, whereby most likely they will stock other parts you will need for your Evo such as Hard drives, LCD inverters, LCD display, optical drives, memory and maintenance care products. Below are two sellers and the ebay store links to their Cmos Disk Cells. We have no affliation with them, but as buyers we have purchased from both of them in the past with good success and can recommend them.



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