NMS8250 battery(?)

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By BokanoiD

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13-05-2014, 21:14

Hello,
I noticed my 8250 only retains SET SCREEN/ADJUST configuration until I power off, so I guess the battery is most likely dead. Since my screen falls a bit off the left side of my monitor, it'd be nice if the thing would remember my settings...

Before I open the thing up and mess about,
- is it in a hard to reach spot? Do I need to get soldering?
- what kind of battery would be best to replace it with? Any experience?

Thanks Smile

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By luppie

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13-05-2014, 21:56

BokanoiD wrote:

Before I open the thing up and mess about,
- is it in a hard to reach spot? Do I need to get soldering?
- what kind of battery would be best to replace it with? Any experience?
Thanks Smile

You have to remove the cover and the diskdrivebay + frontpanel (it is possible to cut the batteryclips, so you dont have to remove the motherboard)

This is the battery used:

By BokanoiD

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13-05-2014, 23:15

Thanks for your reply!
So some (easy) soldering required I guess.
I've never seen one shaped like this, do you know if they're still manufactured and for sale anywhere?

By luppie

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14-05-2014, 00:00

You can try this battery but i suggest to get a battery holder with this one.

By raymond

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24-10-2014, 13:14

Did it work with the proposed battery?

By gdx

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24-10-2014, 13:34

I do not think it's a good idea to replace a rechargeable battery by a button cell.

By raymond

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24-10-2014, 13:48

Why not? The proposed battery is a rechargeable button cell. With which battery should it then be replaced?

By gdx

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24-10-2014, 15:24

I think the charger should be suitable for the type of battery used (Ni-cd, alkaline, Ni-MH, LI-ion, etc)

By raymond

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24-10-2014, 16:13

What kind of battery should be used then to replace the existing one in the Philips NMS-82x0?

By raymond

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26-10-2014, 12:18

Is there no-one who has replaced this battery yet? If you did replace it, for what kind of battery did you replace it?

By Zilogger

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26-10-2014, 15:18

The model of the Sanyo Cadnica isn't on the market anymore.
I replace it by a MinMax Part no. 01.51.509 Ni-MH 3,6 Volt 120 mAh
They searched it for me as a replacement for the Sanyo battery.
Looks the same and the capacity is higher.
Sold by www.oplaadbaar.com

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