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    Don't forget you will most likely need a new battery for your flash. Any Radio Shack store can ORDER them for you. Look up the battery on-line, print it out and give it to the clerk. I just picked up some 508 15v for my small AG-1 flash units. Last year I tried using the Rolleiflash and I got a fresh battery for it from the Shack.

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    http://www.oresteen.com/ROLLEI4X4.htm

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    My Radio Shack actually had the 22.5 V in stock. I was shocked (pun intended).

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    I found some bulbs labeled " PF 3 (Class M) ", that appear to be the correct size, and seem to match the M2/M3 description mentioned above (or are almost all flashbulbs Class M by dint of their length of exposure?). Anyone know if there are other bulbs with this same size, etc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terence
    My Radio Shack actually had the 22.5 V in stock. I was shocked (pun intended).
    Let me "enlighten" you a bit more... Radioshack.com is a good, quick source as is Midwest Photo.

    Don't you wonder how long these batteries have been sitting around the shop/warehouse??

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    The battery definitely has a "vintage" look (very 1950's fonts), but seems to have a charge

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