Quick fix for the loose battery door.

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  1. samuraki

    samuraki New Member

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    quick and easy fix. works perfectly

    I just used a pair of pliers to bend each of the four prongs down so that when you slide it on it hold tighter. Mine clicked very tightly into place and now works perfectly. I just used some needle nose pliers and and squeezed very slowly until i noticed a slight movement on each of the prongs. fixed in 10 seconds.
     
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    Better battery cover fix

    There is a thin , soft piece of plastic glued to the inside of the cover. It is supposed to create a little tension to help hold the cover on by pulling a bit on the four hooks. I solved my loose cover problem by taping a small piece of paper over that plastic piece, thus making it a little thicker and creating a bit more tension on the hooks. A post-it note folded in four works great.

    Now the cover slides off only if I really try and never spontaneously!
     
  3. pierced_droid

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    hehehehehehehehe

    It's like the pack of matches under the leg of a table LOL:icon_ banana: hehehehehehehehe
     
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