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Power mac 8200 battery refit - which way round?

Which way should battery face in my powermac 8200 ?

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The almost inaccessible battery holder (1/2 AA) is only visible with a mirror and a strong light and a magnifying glass.You can just make out a graphic in the plastic holder.
THE BATTERY BOTTOM(-) FACES TOWARDS THE FRONT OF THE POWERMAC 8200. YOU CAN WORK OUT HOW TO INSERT THE BATTERY YOURSELF.

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Figure it out well, notice your main-board, the battery slot has a negative (-) and positive (+) mark, though it isn't noticeable but it has, then see your battery, when you're going to attach it to ***********-board, it should be (+) positive to positive (+) then (-) negative to negative (-) 

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