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Is it normal for the battery not to sit flush to the computer in the front of the iBook G4?
It is lower by about 1mm.
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My new iBook G4 battery is the same way. It does not sit flush on the front of the iBook. Just thought I would let you know that you weren't the only one with a battery like this. I'm not sure if there is anything that can be done about it either. Anyone else?
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My new iBook G4 battery is the same way. It does not sit flush on the front of the iBook. Just thought I would let you know that you weren't the only one with a battery like this. I'm not sure if there is anything that can be done about it either. Anyone else?
Thanks for the reply, good tp know I'm not alone. Would like to know if all are like this.
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My 900Mhz G3 is similar, only about .5mm though.

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