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Battery my torch battery has just died where do i find a new one

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Wat do u mean torch battery?????????

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2. Onboard CR2032 Clip-in Battery Holder.*
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* Game Boy & Game Boy Color batteries will be replaced with new battery only as there is no holder I have encountered small enough to fit inside a Game Boy cart.

Now changing your game save battery next time it dies will be as simple as just popping out the new battery and sliding a new one into the mounted holder! I am aware that some people may be able to do this themselves, and if you are technically inclined, then by all means pass this service up. However if you aren't, or don't want to take the risk of damaging your game, shoot me a PM. Thanks Everyone @ NA!


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SNES cart with battery holder installed. Looks nice huh!? These holders sit flush with the board, and unlike almost every other one, DO NOT POSE ANY ISSUES closing the game.

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NES cart with battery holder installed. Again, same as above, these sit flush with the board and pose no issues closing up the cart as normal.

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Well, yes there is a solution to this, but it still will cost you some bucks.

This sounds like you have a bad battery.

Usually when you have a bad charger, the same things happen that you describe. Only difference is your system won't come back on if the battery has fully died.

In your situation the battery does come on, but not for long. Which leads me to believe your charger is still working, however your defective battery is only being charged to a certain level.

I would recommend you use another battery with the same charger and see if you get the same results.

IF YOU DO..

Try a different charger.

If you're still experiencing the same results with a new charger and battery, then I'm afraid the problem is your charging port. If so, you would have to have this system repaired.


I wish you luck and hope I helped!


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