It is a bit tedious but a new battery can be installed, or as I did, place a battery holder on the chassis. Hardest are loosening the nuts around the vol.ntt3pjlizoqcwy54m4altvnun6h35cbrved2vuwj
This same problem has happened to older computers. They have a same rechargeable battery on the bios board. If the battery dies, the computer no longer hasm005kennedy
Spot on, Gerry. There likely isn't a DX-394 today with a backup battery that holds more than 1% of its rated charge. Tom ve3meoyah0ldena
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