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NDS replacement battery?

Discussion in 'Games' started by kiba166, Feb 23, 2009.

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  1. kiba166

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    my NDS lite has not had much battery life recently, lasting about 2 hours fully charged, with sound off and brightness all the way down. so i decided to buy a new battery for it. i look on the back of the case, i see 5.2V and 3.4W. but the only problem is. there is no where on the internet selling that specific voltage nor info on what to do. i find many 3.7V and 4.2V ect on ebay. but the thing is. will it still work ok? even with different voltage?
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    Kibawolf
     
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    PSP FTW I have a DS and I have replaced the battery several times. They just dont last!
    James
     
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    thank you very much! ill look there now!
     
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    does anyonw know if its possible to use a 3.7V battery when it says 5.2V on the case?
     
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