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# 39311 12-Aug-2009 15:29
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Hi all,

I need to arrange the purchase of a replacement battery for my manager's TYTN II. 

I have approached Vodafone - both outlet stores in near vicinity & have also gone to Vodafone corporate & they can't source us one.

We have tried Dick Smiths & now are kind of out of options.   Could it be these batteries were faulty - so they don't make them any more?

If anyone can advise of an 'official' channel for corporate purchases it would be great.

Specs from the manual are:

rechargeable lithium-ion polymer battery, 1350 mAh
100-240v ac
DC output: 5v & 1a

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  # 245650 12-Aug-2009 15:36
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You can buy it from HTC's UK store directly. They ship internationally. If you want it cheaper then ebay is also an option.

HTC Store

Do whatever you want to do man.


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  # 246185 13-Aug-2009 17:59

You could try MfR?


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  # 246213 13-Aug-2009 18:45
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Did vodafone NZ sell this device?

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  # 246249 13-Aug-2009 20:05
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I can get you one on the cheap how much were u looking to pay?

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  # 246259 13-Aug-2009 20:22
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johnr: Did vodafone NZ sell this device?

Yeah, they did sell this device at some point.

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Wannabe Geek

  # 246424 14-Aug-2009 09:14
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Hi Guys,

Thanks for your replies - have located one...(as part of a whole handset - go figure!)

Basically the story is that the 2 main suppliers of HTC to the country didn't see the demand for sold alone batteries. They still stock the other accessories.

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  # 246432 14-Aug-2009 09:26

MFR in Mt Wellington have these in stock. Their part number is 35H00086-01M

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