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Jeffr wrote:I would be somewhat concerned about identifying the source of the problem before just replacing the battery. Although at $10-$20 a piece I guess you can afford to experiment. The battery itself should not be particularly expensive. The shimano battery is only 800mAh
As far as a source of batteries goes, sparkfun has some polymer lion batteries that weigh only 3g and store more energy than the shimano ones. You'd need two and a special charger that can handle two. They are only $7 each.
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