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Old 11-03-2009, 11:27 PM   #1
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Dead Clie

Cleaning out my desk, I came across an old (7 years) Sony Clie. I had stopped using it when I realized that I wasn't, well, USING it. My schedule and such is available on networked computers. It occured to me, though, having seen in someone's siggy that they use it as a reader, that I might be able to just try it out to see how I like it. It seems to be dead. The light, she no turn on. My dim memory of six years ago when I stopped using it recalls that one of the reasons I had stopped using it was that once I went to try to use after it sat idle in the cradle for some time, and it was dead.

So, any thoughts on fixability? I know it's a long shot, but didn't know if there was some easily available (and cheap) battery replacement or something I could try.....
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