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My best advice is that, since this is so rare, you'll have to try to figure out the plate size, hinging or screw locations, and just do your best to re-engineer the device. A temporary fix might be Velcro and a plate, if the design will allow it. Any kind of sufficient bracing to hold the batteries in place will work, so try to think outside the box, as they say.
You can silicone the batteries in, as a last resort, but I wouldn't suggest anything stronger than that, for ease of replacement.
That's the best I can suggest, which it was more specific.
Anyway, good luck, hope this helps, and thanks for using FixYa.
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
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