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Introduction

The Sega Saturn is a home video game console which contains a battery that has an average lifespan of 1-2 years. A healthy battery within this console is necessary for the Sega Saturn to work properly. If your console isn’t turning on, or if it only turns on briefly before turning off again, you are probably experiencing an issue relating to its battery. This repair guide will demonstrate and explain how to properly disassemble the Sega Saturn and replace its battery in order to restore it back to its functioning condition. Battery replacement will likely resolve the issues described above. There are no specific or special skills needed to complete this repair, and there is nothing unusual about this repair process. Please use a new battery when replacing your old one to delay further battery repairs.

  1. Press on the plastic lever on the back of the Sega Saturn to pop open the battery slot. Press on the plastic lever on the back of the Sega Saturn to pop open the battery slot.
    • Press on the plastic lever on the back of the Sega Saturn to pop open the battery slot.

  2. Push up the edge of the battery with the iFixit opening tool to get the battery out of its socket. Push up the edge of the battery with the iFixit opening tool to get the battery out of its socket. Push up the edge of the battery with the iFixit opening tool to get the battery out of its socket.
    • Push up the edge of the battery with the iFixit opening tool to get the battery out of its socket.

  3. Use the ESD safe tweezers to pull the battery out of its slot. Use the ESD safe tweezers to pull the battery out of its slot. Use the ESD safe tweezers to pull the battery out of its slot.
    • Use the ESD safe tweezers to pull the battery out of its slot.

Conclusion

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

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