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HP Battery source - UK

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by exceller, Apr 18, 2015.

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  1. exceller

    exceller Thread Starter

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    It appears from the errors 601 and HP Battery checks, that my 3 year old battery is naffed.

    My notepad is a HP 2000 - product number B5R61UA, and from the HP Support Assistant it lists a 6 cell battery part number KS524AA, and then in my PDF User manual there are two further batteries with different part numbers 593553-001 and 593554-001.

    Whichever I choose, other than buy a OEM battery for a price. Anyone know a good source for a HP Battery in the UK other than flea bay.

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  2. flavallee

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    I'm guessing you actually have a HP 2000-2a20CA (B5R61UA) 15.6" laptop.

    It comes with a 6-cell Lithium-ion 47Wh 2.2Ah battery, and the HP part number for it is 593553-001

    http://partsurfer.hp.com/Search.aspx?SearchText=B5R61UA

    Several members and a few of the Moderators here live in the U.K., so one or more of them should advise you where you can purchase that battery.

    Here is that battery at Amazon in the U.K..

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb...+laptop+battery&sprefix=hp+593553-001,aps,248

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  3. DaveBurnett

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    I have recently used Forugadgets in the UK for a Thinkpad battery.
    All I will say is that the first battery failed fairly quickly and I had to get them to replace it, which they did without too much quibble. I even got them to refund half the return postage, though I think it should have been all of it.

    Make sure that you condition any new battery correctly so there will be no argument should it fail quickly.

    Be aware that the post office and many carriers are very wary about private packages with batteries in should you have to return faulty goods.
     
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