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  1. #1
    L. Walmsley
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    I just bought an extra BLC-2 battery for my Nokia 6800 from
    www.cellularaccesscory.com. It appears almost identical to the battery
    that came with my phone. It even powers up my phone. However, it is
    distinctly thicker than my original, by about 1 millimeter, which blocks
    the back of the phone from closing. They claim it's the same as my
    original, and Nokia doesn't have a clue. However, it's definitely a tad
    bigger and my phone back simply won't close with it in. Anyone have
    similar experience? Any advice would be much appreciated.

    [posted via phonescoop.com - free web access to the alt.cellular groups]



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  2. #2
    zAm0lx1s
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    Re: BLC-2 Battery

    not too long ago there have been reports about a woman who face was burned
    by an exploding battery. nokia claimed that that was due to a battery that
    was not original (i.e., cheaply made you know where) with sortcuts taken to
    save money but compromise safety. i would think that after this incident,
    nokia would take measures to assist owners in identify fakes

    one more proof that their customer service sucks

    "L. Walmsley" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I just bought an extra BLC-2 battery for my Nokia 6800 from
    > www.cellularaccesscory.com. It appears almost identical to the battery
    > that came with my phone. It even powers up my phone. However, it is
    > distinctly thicker than my original, by about 1 millimeter, which blocks
    > the back of the phone from closing. They claim it's the same as my
    > original, and Nokia doesn't have a clue. However, it's definitely a tad
    > bigger and my phone back simply won't close with it in. Anyone have
    > similar experience? Any advice would be much appreciated.
    >
    > [posted via phonescoop.com - free web access to the alt.cellular groups]






  3. #3
    www.mobilespares.co.uk
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    Re: BLC-2 Battery

    >Subject: BLC-2 Battery
    >From: [email protected] (L. Walmsley)
    >Date: 03/09/03 22:07 GMT Daylight Time
    >Message-id: <[email protected]>
    >
    >I just bought an extra BLC-2 battery for my Nokia 6800 from
    >www.cellularaccesscory.com. It appears almost identical to the battery
    >that came with my phone. It even powers up my phone. However, it is
    >distinctly thicker than my original, by about 1 millimeter, which blocks
    >the back of the phone from closing. They claim it's the same as my
    >original, and Nokia doesn't have a clue. However, it's definitely a tad
    >bigger and my phone back simply won't close with it in. Anyone have
    >similar experience? Any advice would be much appreciated.
    >
    >[posted via phonescoop.com - free web access to the alt.cellular groups]


    Why not ask them?

    The BLC-2 batt is thicker than the BLD-3 batt. This may be the batt that comes
    with your phone?

    It most possibly is an original BUT it can just as easily not be. Ask the
    company?

    Hope that is of some help for you :-)
    Ally Strachan
    MOBILE SPARES - www.mobilespares.co.uk
    Mobile phone spares, parts, accessories, unlocking, LEDs
    [email protected] (remove NOSPAM to email)
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