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Airplane mini -dont know how to access battery

Airplane mini -dont know how to access battery area-did get clock part off plane -I dont know what type of plane it is - has struts from wings to body of plane

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Put a note on Facebook and suggestions - take it to a local jeweler, go to Wallmart where they have all kinds of batteries. So, I'll try the jeweler, and I have to find a wallmart - we are 14 miles from NYC - there must be one around here - so - not solved, but suggestions thanks anyway.adriana

Posted on Dec 21, 2009

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    Did you ever figure it out? I am having the same problem.

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