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Recently bought a battery online for a blackberry 8900. Then like an idiot i
mixed up the old one and the new one.

They are both marked as D-X1. Then one has a tiny white label about 3mm x
5mm with a red stripe down the middle. That one is marked G0920C and is made
in Japan. The other one is G0936C and and does not have the white label
with the red stripe and is made in China. Any ideas which is likely to be
the original one that came with the phone please? Thanks.



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Recently bought a battery online for a blackberry 8900. Then like an idiot
i mixed up the old one and the new one.

They are both marked as D-X1. Then one has a tiny white label about 3mm x
5mm with a red stripe down the middle. That one is marked G0920C and is
made in Japan. The other one is G0936C and and does not have the white
label with the red stripe and is made in China. Any ideas which is
likely to be the original one that came with the phone please? Thanks.


The one with the lower number seems the obvious candidate to be the
original.

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Brian
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Recently bought a battery online for a blackberry 8900. Then like an idiot i
mixed up the old one and the new one.

They are both marked as D-X1. Then one has a tiny white label about 3mm x
5mm with a red stripe down the middle. That one is marked G0920C and is made
in Japan. The other one is G0936C and and does not have the white label
with the red stripe and is made in China. Any ideas which is likely to be
the original one that came with the phone please? Thanks.


Why did you buy a new battery?

If the old one was not holding its charge, or not running for as long,
just try each one in turn back in your phone, and see which one is
exhibiting the issues that made you buy a new one.

Shouldn't take long on a BB89000

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Kelmscott Ltd useful, or believe to be beautiful' William Morris
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Dave Smith wrote:
Recently bought a battery online for a blackberry 8900. Then like an idiot i
mixed up the old one and the new one.

They are both marked as D-X1. Then one has a tiny white label about 3mm x
5mm with a red stripe down the middle. That one is marked G0920C and is made
in Japan. The other one is G0936C and and does not have the white label
with the red stripe and is made in China. Any ideas which is likely to be
the original one that came with the phone please? Thanks.



The gold contacts develop tiny linear polish marks after being in contact
with the battery compartment. The old battery is the one bearing these
marks (or more prominently).



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in 657713 20130809 132051 Roy Brown wrote:
In message , Dave Smith
writing at 11:07:40 in his/her local time
opines:-
Recently bought a battery online for a blackberry 8900. Then like an idiot i
mixed up the old one and the new one.

They are both marked as D-X1. Then one has a tiny white label about 3mm x
5mm with a red stripe down the middle. That one is marked G0920C and is made
in Japan. The other one is G0936C and and does not have the white label
with the red stripe and is made in China. Any ideas which is likely to be
the original one that came with the phone please? Thanks.


Why did you buy a new battery?

If the old one was not holding its charge, or not running for as long,
just try each one in turn back in your phone, and see which one is
exhibiting the issues that made you buy a new one.

Shouldn't take long on a BB89000


I always buy a spare battery and carry it when out (fully charged).


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On 8/10/2013 2:28 AM, Bob Martin wrote:

I always buy a spare battery and carry it when out (fully charged).

+1.
Actually, +2 when travelling.
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"Dave Smith" wrote in message
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Recently bought a battery online for a blackberry 8900. Then like an idiot
i mixed up the old one and the new one.

They are both marked as D-X1. Then one has a tiny white label about 3mm x
5mm with a red stripe down the middle. That one is marked G0920C and is
made in Japan. The other one is G0936C and and does not have the white
label with the red stripe and is made in China. Any ideas which is
likely to be the original one that came with the phone please? Thanks.


the chinese one will be the one that blows up so will be the new one .....




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