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PostedJanuary 18, 2013
Customer avatarjorge62
The energizer 392 is in a few devices I use and works flawlessly. My biggest concern is where to find them as I need four more for two electronic birds that last had their batteries replaced many years ago (and battery compartments are clean by the way - no rust). Energizer makes a great product and the explanation above is a testament to their sincerity. Hearing aid batteries are supposed to be replaced often. And if Hogi is sanding rust off of them, well that's not often! Owning cheap hearing aids doesn't work either!
From:Bismarck, ND
Age:45-54
Gender:Male
I've used this product for:11-20 years
My primary use is:Personal
I purchase specialty batteries at:I don't, they come with my devices
I replace my battery:1-2 times per year
 
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This section contains watch Batteries, wrist watch Batteries and button, coin and specialty Batteries for electronic devices. Find an Energizer micro Battery for electronic device or wrist watch.
 

Is the Energizer 392 (silver oxide 392) compatible to replace an old battery that is an LR41 ?

Unsure....... I am replacing Energizer 392 batteries with the same........ However, I earlier printed off and just checked a specialty battery cross reference guide from Medic Batteries and it does show the Energizer 392 or 384 as the suitable replacement for the LR41, along with some others - so I think you are OK.
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