Stuck Battery

Stuck Battery

Ms. Paprika Ms. Paprika
Hi EF,
What do you do if a battery gets stuck in your toy? This just happened to me with a toy I'm supposed to be reviewing...just can't seem to get it out!
05/20/2011
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Jul!a Jul!a
Depending on how the battery goes in, I handle it differently. If it's something that you drop the batteries into and there's no way to try and pry it out, I shake the crap out of it in the hopes that it'll kinda come loose on its own. You could also try attaching a folded over piece of duct tape or something strong like that to the end of something that'll fit in the battery compartment and try to get it out that way. If the whole thing is visible I try to pry it out with something that won't hurt the connections on the toy.
05/20/2011
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
Quote:
Originally posted by Ms. Paprika
Hi EF,
What do you do if a battery gets stuck in your toy? This just happened to me with a toy I'm supposed to be reviewing...just can't seem to get it out!
Most of the time you can tap it on your hand (like packing a pack of cigs), sometimes a paper clip with a small bend at one end can be snuck along the side, turn it so it catches the bottom of the battery and pulled out.

If you could give me a link or name I can give you some more suggestions.
05/20/2011
Ms. Paprika Ms. Paprika
Quote:
Originally posted by ToyTimeTim
Most of the time you can tap it on your hand (like packing a pack of cigs), sometimes a paper clip with a small bend at one end can be snuck along the side, turn it so it catches the bottom of the battery and pulled out.

If you could give me ...
It's the "Little Honey #9" vibrator...I've been shaking and banging it like mad but it seems to be wedged in pretty tight. Tried the paperclip trick but there's not enough room to pry it in. I'll go look for some duct tape.
Thanks for the advice.
05/20/2011
Ms. Paprika Ms. Paprika
Battery removed! Hooray duct tape!
05/20/2011
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
Quote:
Originally posted by Ms. Paprika
Battery removed! Hooray duct tape!
YAY!!!

You might want to put a small piece of that duct tape along one side and fold a small bit over the end. As long as the spring can hit metal on the neg side it should work fine and will let you get it out next time.
05/20/2011
petname petname
I've heard of people using tweezers! I haven't had to resort to that yet, though.
03/04/2012
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