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Subject: [Leica] DMR batteries, once again
From: topoxforddoc at (Charlie Chan)
Date: Thu, 2 Sep 2010 07:51:42 +0100
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Akku-Klinik in Germany can do this 
email - service at

here's my quote

Dear Mr. Chan,

I hope to bring the explanation understandably in the English.

I cannot repair Akkus which by water or explosion destroyed.

I can exchange only the memory cells.

The accumulator must be in principle still functional.

the original accu is expertly opened, the old cells are changed
to new original cells from Sanyo 1880 / 2000 mAh
then accu one locks again cleanly.

The price per pice 130,. ?
starting from 3 pieces 125,- ?
+ forwarding expenses to UK 18,- ?

Do you have a value added tax identification number?
Then I may do without it the 19% VAT amount to compute.

PayPal payment is not possible.

You get a bill with SWIFT code, which is to be paid within some days with 
that repaired accumulator.

Send your accu to:

Herbert G?ssler
Gablenberger Hauptstr. 25 b
D 70186 Stuttgart / Germany 

with best regards

Herbert Goessler

 Herbert G?ssler
 Gablenberger Hauptstr. 25 b
                   D 70186 Stuttgart / Germany     
                   service at
                   Tel.: 0711 48 36 45
                   Fax: 0711 48 37 57
                   UstID: DE244634708

Charlie Chan
Cheltenham, UK

topoxforddoc at

On 2 Sep 2010, at 06:36, Tom Schofield wrote:

> There was mention a while back of possibly having someone replace the
> batteries inside the DMR battery pack.  Has anyone figured out who or how 
> to
> do this?
> Tom
> _______________________________________________
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