When my Yaesu 767GX with 2m module started topping out at 146.00 Mhz, I pulled out my tech supplement and found that this meant the lithium backup battery was gone (the unit also would not retain memories). With the help of a friend (and the schematic) we managed to locate the battery, a CR2025 button battery, in the tuner section. Getting it out was tough - it was held on the board by a thin strip of metal about 4mm wide (the + contact) and it appeared to be glued to the battery. We had to scrape the strip off with a razorblade, only to realize the bottom contact (- contact) was a strip also. The old battery is out and the strips are intact, if a little bent. My question is: how to get the new battery to stay in place with these bent/deformed strips. One suggestion was to solder wires to the strips and use an insulated battery holder for the CR2025, but I'd like to hear other suggestions. Anybody?