Introduction

This guide will illustrate how to replace the batteries in a Game Boy system.

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Switch your Game Boy off and remove the cartridge. Switch your Game Boy off and remove the cartridge.
  • Switch your Game Boy off and remove the cartridge.

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Use a fingernail (or small coin) to push down on the battery door latch and remove the battery door. The release latch is a plastic spring clip. If your Game Boy is getting on in years, be careful as the plastic may be brittle. When you're replacing the cover, be sure to get its two plastic tabs into the slots in the bottom of the battery compartment before pushing the cover back in place.
  • Use a fingernail (or small coin) to push down on the battery door latch and remove the battery door.

    • The release latch is a plastic spring clip. If your Game Boy is getting on in years, be careful as the plastic may be brittle.

    • When you're replacing the cover, be sure to get its two plastic tabs into the slots in the bottom of the battery compartment before pushing the cover back in place.

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Use a fingernail to pry each battery outward from the positive (+) terminal to remove them. Dispose of used batteries properly!
  • Use a fingernail to pry each battery outward from the positive (+) terminal to remove them.

    • Dispose of used batteries properly!

    • Remove the batteries from your Game Boy before storing it for more than a month or so.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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This was a very helpful guide. I had no idea how to replace the batteries for my GameBoy, but thanks to this amazing and helpful guide, I was able to do so. The only issue that I have with this guide is that it did not explain how to properly dispose the used batteries. I ended up soaking them in gasoline and lighting them on fire because the colors look super pretty. Don’t breath the smoke though! I’m pretty sure the smoke is toxic?

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