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Ive bought a second hand bratz tour bus but it appears to have no metal components in battery compartment. Can I buy a new one and just slot it in?

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If this is the original battery box and you can determine the voltage necessary to operate the toy it makes no difference about the battery box, except for fit. You may be able to buy a box and replace the metal components.

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