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Topic # 13300 2-May-2007 22:33
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Hi there,

Anyone know where one can buy a replacement battery cover for an Apache PDA?

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Reply # 69333 2-May-2007 22:36
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You can order these from any Telecom store or Dealer.

They cost about $40, and have to be ordered from Telegistics (who will not deal directly with the public).

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Reply # 69335 2-May-2007 22:43
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$40? /me falls off chair

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Reply # 69337 2-May-2007 23:20
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bradstewart: $40? /me falls off chair


Yea, those sort of parts from Telegistics are all at the same price point. As they are not a normally stocked item, you dont really have a choice unless you can buy it of TradeMe etc, but for CDMA phones that is a little harder... You either want it or you don't.


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  Reply # 69345 3-May-2007 00:51
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$40 isn't too bad. When I asked telegistics for replacement joystick rubber pad for the Apache they said it will cost $250.






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  Reply # 69378 3-May-2007 10:24
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$250!!!




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  Reply # 69380 3-May-2007 10:33
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STI: $40 isn't too bad. When I asked telegistics for replacement joystick rubber pad for the Apache they said it will cost $250.

For the little tiny rubber bit on top of the joystick??? Holy...

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