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Toshiba Gigabeat Battery

by Bootnrally / December 5, 2010 9:55 PM PST

My wife has a Toshiba Gigabeat MEU-202 that is about 3 years old and the battery is about toast.

Anybody know if the batteries are replaceable, and if so where I can get one. Also, what is the teardown procedure.

If you have experience with these, I'd appreciate any information. Toshiba isn't much help.

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Note: These batteries may require a skilled installer or spe
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / December 6, 2010 3:56 AM PST

Note: These batteries may require a skilled installer or special tools to replace. For skilled end users only.

I don't see any online information for average folk to replace the battery. This doesn't mean it's not possible, just unlikely.
Bob

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That was my fear
by Bootnrally / December 6, 2010 4:03 AM PST

Thanks Bob, After examining the unit and looking around the web a bit, I sort of figured this to be the case. Think I'll just keep using my old C250 with rechargeable AAAs and get her a new player.

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