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Battery Mount Supplies
12. Sep 2006 at 22:26
 
Hey all, a loooong time ago I made an article on battery replacement and repair.  The big flaw with it is my mounts were made from paperclips modded for my needs.  Does anyone have a good idea on a readily available source of materials to turn into a battery mount that would conduct electricity?  Thanks in advance.

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Re: Battery Mount Supplies
Reply #1 - 13. Sep 2006 at 10:35
 
Every dealer for electronic parts should have battery holders in its assortment. They can be soldered onto the board where the old battery was.

Look here : http://www.hinkel-elektronik.de/shop/4879.html
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Reply #2 - 14. Sep 2006 at 05:09
 
Yeah, but it's very difficult to find ones that are the right size to fit in the nes cart battery mounting holes.  I believe that batteries attached to posts just like nes ones are availiable if you look around.
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Reply #3 - 14. Sep 2006 at 11:11
 
I agree, but you can solder the holder ( whoaaa a rhyme  Lips Sealed ) to wires that connect it with the board. That's probably the safest way to refurbish the energy supply of your games.
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Reply #4 - 16. Sep 2006 at 02:21
 
I guess that's fine, but if I'm going to solder on wires, I'm not payin $1.00 for a holder.  I'm soldering the wires and wrapping the battery in black electical tape.  For me personally, the only reason to go fancy with a holder is if it's going to work right!  Smiley
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Reply #5 - 16. Sep 2006 at 07:55
 
WhiteDRG wrote on 14. Sep 2006 at 11:11:
whoaaa a rhyme  Lips Sealed


No, it isn't.

http://www.merriamwebster.com/cgi-bin/audio.pl?solder01.wav=solder

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(Okay, technically it's an eye rhyme.)
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Reply #6 - 16. Sep 2006 at 21:12
 
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Ok, thank you for the advice .
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