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 Post subject: Re: Eveready 9 volt battery
PostPosted: Mar Wed 07, 2018 8:44 pm 
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Another unit that uses this puppy is the Model SG83 signal generator by Clemens Mfg Co A single 9 volt battery only lasts a little while. I do not like the idea of paralleling a bunch of 9 Volt cells but maybe that is the only alternative since the 2356N does not seem to be readily available now.


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 Post subject: Re: Eveready 9 volt battery
PostPosted: Apr Thu 05, 2018 12:52 am 
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I opened a large 276 battery a few years ago. Instead of seeing a stack of Minimax pancake cells, I found six regular nine volt batteries inside--even better, they were connected with a special clip plate--one side had 9 volt clips wired in series, the other side, the two large snaps. In theory, you could pull the old batteries off the clip and pop in new ones. So, what you have there is probably factory.


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