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Hi,

The battery shown at Step 6 in the Ifixit battery replacement guide for the player [guide|7812|here]. shows that the original battery was a ''Sony 890203401-815-G ''with a part number of ''9 885 129 95''.

Searching online using just these numbers brings results for a  7.4V 3200mAH 23.68Wh battery. They are very expensive.

With regards to your 2 x 3.7V batteries. They would have to be connected in series to give the 7.4V required, The white wire would have to be connected to some kind of thermal sensor to monitor the battery temperature.

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Düzenleyen: Rachel Peterson (oy detayları) ,

Metin:

Hi,

The battery shown at Step 6 in the Ifixit battery replacement guide for the player [guide|7812|here]. shows that the original battery was a ''Sony 890203401-815-G ''with a part number of ''9 885 129 95''.

Searching online using just these numbers brings results for a  7.4V 3200mAH 23.68Wh battery. They are very expensive.

With regards to your 2 x 3.7V batteries. They would have to be connected in series to give the 7.4V required, The white wire would have to be connected to some kind of thermal sensor to monitor the battery temperature.

Durum:

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Düzenleyen: jayeff ,

Metin:

Hi,
 
The battery shown at Step 6 in the Ifixit battery replacement guide for the player [guide|7812|here]. shows that the original battery was a ''Sony 890203401-815-G ''with a part number of ''9 885 129 95''.
 
Searching online using just these numbers brings results for a 7.4V 3200mAH 23.68Wh battery. They are very expensive.
 
With regards to your 2 x 3.7V batteries. They would have to be connected in series to give the 7.4V required, The white wire would have to be connected to some kind of thermal sensor to monitor the battery temperature. They would also have to be at least around the same capacity as the original battery as well i.e. each battery having a capacity of about 3000mAH
With regards to your 2 x 3.7V batteries. They would have to be connected in series to give the 7.4V required, The white wire would have to be connected to some kind of thermal sensor to monitor the battery temperature. They would also have to be at least around the same capacity as the original battery as well i.e. each battery having a capacity of about 3000mAH

Durum:

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Düzenleyen: jayeff ,

Metin:

Hi,
 
The battery shown at Step 6 in the Ifixit battery replacement guide for the player [guide|7812|here]. shows that the original battery was a ''Sony 890203401-815-G ''with a part number of ''9 885 129 95''.
 
Searching online using just these numbers brings results for a 7.4V 3200mAH 23.68Wh battery. They are very expensive.
 
With regards to your 2 x 3.7V batteries. They would have to be connected in series to give the 7.4V required, The white wire would have to be connected to some kind of thermal sensor to monitor the battery temperature. They would also have to be at least around the same capacity as the original battery as well i.e. each battery having a capacity of about 3000mAH
With regards to your 2 x 3.7V batteries. They would have to be connected in series to give the 7.4V required, The white wire would have to be connected to some kind of thermal sensor to monitor the battery temperature. They would also have to be at least around the same capacity as the original battery as well i.e. each battery having a capacity of about 3000mAH

Durum:

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Düzenleyen: jayeff ,

Metin:

Hi,
 
The battery shown at Step 6 in the Ifixit battery replacement guide for the player [guide|7812|here]. shows that the original battery was a ''Sony 890203401-815-G ''with a part number of ''9 885 129 95''.
 
Searching online using just these numbers brings results for a 7.4V 3200mAH 23.68Wh battery. They are very expensive.
 
With regards to your 2 x 3.7V batteries. They most probably would have to be connected in series to give the 7.4V required, The white would have to be connected to some kind of thermal sensor to monitor the battery temperature. They would also have to be at least around the same capacity as the original battery as well i.e. each battery having a capacity of about 3000mAH
With regards to your 2 x 3.7V batteries. They most probably would have to be connected in series to give the 7.4V required, The white would have to be connected to some kind of thermal sensor to monitor the battery temperature. They would also have to be at least around the same capacity as the original battery as well i.e. each battery having a capacity of about 3000mAH

Durum:

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Düzenleyen: jayeff ,

Metin:

Hi,
 
The battery shown at Step 6 in the Ifixit battery replacement guide for the player [guide|7812|here]. shows that the original battery was a ''Sony 890203401-815-G ''with a part number of ''9 885 129 95''.
 
Searching online using just these numbers brings results for a 7.4V 3200mAH 23.68Wh battery. They are very expensive.
 
With regards to your 2 x 3.7V batteries. They most probably would have to be connected in series to give the 7.4V required, i.e. red wireThe white would have to the +ve terminal of battery 1 then -ve terminal of Battery 1 to +ve terminal of battery 2 and the black wire to the -ve terminal of battery 2, with the white beingbe connected to some kind of thermal sensor to monitor the battery temperature. They would also have to be at least around the same capacity as the original battery as well i.e. each battery having a capacity of about 3000mAH
With regards to your 2 x 3.7V batteries. They most probably would have to be connected in series to give the 7.4V required, i.e. red wireThe white would have to the +ve terminal of battery 1 then -ve terminal of Battery 1 to +ve terminal of battery 2 and the black wire to the -ve terminal of battery 2, with the white beingbe connected to some kind of thermal sensor to monitor the battery temperature. They would also have to be at least around the same capacity as the original battery as well i.e. each battery having a capacity of about 3000mAH

Durum:

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Düzenleyen: jayeff ,

Metin:

Hi,
 
The battery shown at Step 6 in the Ifixit battery replacement guide at Step 6.for the player [guide|7812|here]. shows that the original battery was a ''Sony 890203401-815-G ''with a part number of ''9 885 129 95''.
The battery shown at Step 6 in the Ifixit battery replacement guide at Step 6.for the player [guide|7812|here]. shows that the original battery was a ''Sony 890203401-815-G ''with a part number of ''9 885 129 95''.
 
Searching online using just these numbers brings results for a 7.4V 3200mAH 23.68Wh battery. They are very expensive.
 
With regards to your 2 x 3.7V batteries. They most probably would have to be connected in series to give the 7.4V required, i.e. red wire to the +ve terminal of battery 1 then -ve terminal of Battery 1 to +ve terminal of battery 2 and the black wire to the -ve terminal of battery 2, with the white being connected to some kind of thermal sensor to monitor the battery temperature. They would also have to be at least around the same capacity as the original battery as well i.e. each battery having a capacity of about 3000mAH

Durum:

open

Düzenleyen: jayeff ,

Metin:

Hi,
 
The battery shown in the Ifixit battery replacement guide at Step 6. [guide|7812|here]. shows that the original battery was a ''Sony 890203401-815-G ''with a part number of ''9 885 129 95''.
 
Searching online using just these numbers brings results for a 7.4V 3200mAH 23.68Wh battery. They are very expensive.
 
With regards to your 2 x 3.7V batteries. They most probably would have to be connected in series to give the 7.4V required, i.e. red wire to the +ve terminal of battery 1 then -ve terminal of Battery 1 to +ve terminal of battery 2 and the black wire to the -ve terminal of battery 2, with the white being connected to some kind of thermal sensor to monitor the battery temperature. They would also have to be at least around the same capacity as the original battery as well.well i.e. each battery having a capacity of about 3000mAH
With regards to your 2 x 3.7V batteries. They most probably would have to be connected in series to give the 7.4V required, i.e. red wire to the +ve terminal of battery 1 then -ve terminal of Battery 1 to +ve terminal of battery 2 and the black wire to the -ve terminal of battery 2, with the white being connected to some kind of thermal sensor to monitor the battery temperature. They would also have to be at least around the same capacity as the original battery as well.well i.e. each battery having a capacity of about 3000mAH

Durum:

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Düzenleyen: jayeff ,

Metin:

Hi,
 
The battery shown in the Ifixit battery replacement guide at Step 6. [guide|7812|here]. shows that the original battery was a ''Sony 890203401-815-G ''with a part number of ''9 885 129 95''.
Searching
Searching
online using just these numbers brings results for a 7.4V 3200mAH 23.68Wh battery, which corresponds to Theybattery. They are very expensive.
Searching
Searching
online using just these numbers brings results for a 7.4V 3200mAH 23.68Wh battery, which corresponds to Theybattery. They are very expensive.
 
With regards to your 2 x 3.7V batteries. They most probably would have to be connected in series to give the 7.4V required, i.e. red wire to the +ve terminal of battery 1 then -ve terminal of Battery 1 to +ve terminal of battery 2 and the black wire to the -ve terminal of battery 2, with the white being connected to some kind of thermal sensor to monitor the battery temperature. They would also have to be at least around the same capacity as the original battery as well.

Durum:

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Düzenleyen: jayeff ,

Metin:

Hi,
The
The
battery shown in the Ifixit battery replacement guide at Step 6. [guide|7812|here].
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shows that the original battery was a ''Sony 890203401-815-G ''with a part number of ''9 885 129 95''.
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The
battery shown in the Ifixit battery replacement guide at Step 6. [guide|7812|here].
shows
shows that the original battery was a ''Sony 890203401-815-G ''with a part number of ''9 885 129 95''.
Searching online using just these numbers brings results for a 7.4V 3200mAH 23.68Wh battery, which corresponds to They are very expensive.
 
With regards to your 2 x 3.7V batteries. They most probably would have to be connected in series to give the 7.4V required, i.e. red wire to the +ve terminal of battery 1 then -ve terminal of Battery 1 to +ve terminal of battery 2 and the black wire to the -ve terminal of battery 2, with the white being connected to some kind of thermal sensor to monitor the battery temperature. They would also have to be at least around the same capacity as the original battery as well.

Durum:

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Düzenleyen: jayeff ,

Metin:

Hi,

The
The battery shown in the Ifixit battery replacement guide at Step 6. [guide|7812|here].
shows
that was originally installed in playerthe original battery was a ''Sony 890203401-815-G ''with a part number of ''9 885 129 95''. This battery is also compatible with part number ''9 885 166 39''.

Searching

Searching
online using just these numbers brings results for batteries 7.4Va 7.4V 3200mAH 23.68Wh.23.68Wh battery, which corresponds to the battery shown in the Ifixit battery replacement guide at Step 6. [guide|7812|here]. They They are very expensive.

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The battery shown in the Ifixit battery replacement guide at Step 6. [guide|7812|here].
shows
that was originally installed in playerthe original battery was a ''Sony 890203401-815-G ''with a part number of ''9 885 129 95''. This battery is also compatible with part number ''9 885 166 39''.

Searching

Searching
online using just these numbers brings results for batteries 7.4Va 7.4V 3200mAH 23.68Wh.23.68Wh battery, which corresponds to the battery shown in the Ifixit battery replacement guide at Step 6. [guide|7812|here]. They They are very expensive.
 
With regards to your 2 x 3.7V batteries. They most probably would have to be connected in series to give the 7.4V required, i.e. red wire to the +ve terminal of battery 1 then -ve terminal of Battery 1 to +ve terminal of battery 2 and the black wire to the -ve terminal of battery 2, with the white being connected to some kind of thermal sensor to monitor the battery temperature. They would also have to be at least around the same capacity as the original battery as well.

Durum:

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Düzenleyen: jayeff ,

Metin:

Hi,
 
The battery that was originally installed in player was a ''Sony 890203401-815-G ''with a part number of ''9 885 129 95''. This battery is also compatible with part number ''9 885 166 39''.
 
Searching online using just these numbers brings results for batteries 7.4V 3200mAH 23.68Wh., which corresponds to the battery shown in the Ifixit battery replacement guide at Step 6. [guide|7812|here]. They are very expensive.
 
With regards to your 2 x 3.7V batteries. They most probably would have to be connected in series,series to give the 7.4V required, i.e. red wire to the +ve terminal of battery 1 then -ve terminal of Battery 1 to +ve terminal of battery 2 and the black wire to the -ve terminal of battery 2, with the white being connected to some kind of thermal sensor to monitor the battery temperature. They would also have to be at least around the same capacity as the original battery as well.
With regards to your 2 x 3.7V batteries. They most probably would have to be connected in series,series to give the 7.4V required, i.e. red wire to the +ve terminal of battery 1 then -ve terminal of Battery 1 to +ve terminal of battery 2 and the black wire to the -ve terminal of battery 2, with the white being connected to some kind of thermal sensor to monitor the battery temperature. They would also have to be at least around the same capacity as the original battery as well.

Durum:

open

Düzenleyen: jayeff ,

Metin:

Hi,
 
The battery that was originally installed in player was a ''Sony 890203401-815-G ''with a part number of ''9 885 129 95''. This battery is also compatible with part number ''9 885 166 39''.
 
Searching online using just these numbers brings results for batteries 7.4V 3200mAH 23.68Wh., which corresponds to the battery shown in the Ifixit battery replacement guide at Step 6. [guide|7812|here]. They are very expensive.
 
With regards to your 2 x 3.7V batteries. They most probably would have to be connected in series, red to the +ve terminal and black to the -ve terminal with the white being connected to some kind of thermal sensor to monitor the battery temperature. theyThey would also have to be at least around the same capacity as the original as well.
With regards to your 2 x 3.7V batteries. They most probably would have to be connected in series, red to the +ve terminal and black to the -ve terminal with the white being connected to some kind of thermal sensor to monitor the battery temperature. theyThey would also have to be at least around the same capacity as the original as well.

Durum:

open

Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: jayeff ,

Metin:

Hi,

The battery that was originally installed in player was a ''Sony 890203401-815-G ''with a part number of ''9 885 129 95''. This battery is also compatible with part number ''9 885 166 39''.

Searching online using just these numbers brings results for batteries 7.4V 3200mAH 23.68Wh., which corresponds to the battery shown in the Ifixit battery replacement guide at Step 6. [guide|7812|here]. They are very expensive.

With regards to your 2 x 3.7V batteries. They most probably would have to be connected in series, red to the +ve terminal and black to the -ve terminal with the white being connected to some kind of thermal sensor to monitor the battery temperature. they would also have to be at least around the same capacity as the original as well.

Durum:

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