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    Anyone have a source for BB batteries? Thanks in advance.
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    I have not tried this yet, but this was suggested in a prior thread.

    http://store.batteriesamerica.com/se...find=5N700AACW
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    Almost 2 years ago I bought
    MH-G984HH : Rechargeable 9-volt NiMH battery. 250mAh capacity rating! (for transmitter)

    & three

    5N700AACW
    6.0 volt 700mAh SANYO Ni-Cd AA receiver pack. Made with 5 x N-700AAC cells.
    Choose shape, and choose wire leads or Connector.


    Options: FlatFutaba J
    Choose Pack Shape: Flat (side x side; "A" style) Choose Wire Leads or Connector: with Futaba J conn.


    from Batteries America.

    This was for the old style BB, not Hawks.

    All still working fine. & the price listed in the link above is lower.
    Last edited by Keith Stroyan; 12-16-2013 at 07:23 AM. Reason: I don't know why the spaces are there?

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    We have found sources for many parts. Can not determine the source for the batteries.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wojo View Post
    We have found sources for many parts. Can not determine the source for the batteries.
    Does this help you?

    http://store.batteriesamerica.com/sa...connector.aspx

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    Quote Originally Posted by wojo View Post
    We have found sources for many parts. Can not determine the source for the batteries.
    Batteries Plus will make a set at a really fair price and with higher milliamps.
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    When you go to replace the battery in the receiver how do you get to the place where the battery connects. I took the cover off and the battery pack is sitting there but the wire lead goes under a plastic piece that seems unmovable. This is in the old electronics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Golddogs View Post
    Batteries Plus will make a set at a really fair price and with higher milliamps.
    ....and at nearly half the price that Bumper Boy charged. Had 2 reciever battery packs replaced with higher ma: parts + labor/ installation less that $80 and done within 24 hours.

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    Replaced Battery Back in receiver for less than $30. Took a day or two to make at BatteryPlus. Just take in your old one and the will duplicate the set up.
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    Never mind. I'm a dummy. Found the other set of screws that I needed to unsrew to get at the plug.

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