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This is a guide to replace the internal battery without soldering so it is easier to replace, if needed, in the future. Make sure to verify which battery your cartridge requires before replacing it.

Note: by not soldering the battery you risk the chance of it becoming disconnected which can result in a save file being lost.

  1. Use a Y1 screw driver to remove the screw on the back of the game cartridge. Use a Y1 screw driver to remove the screw on the back of the game cartridge.
    • Use a Y1 screw driver to remove the screw on the back of the game cartridge.

  2. Make sure that you are grounded. While carefully holding the ROM board in place, use a sculpting knife to carefully pry the top contact off the dead battery by utilizing a slow, rocking motion. This may require a significant amount of of force. Take care not to pry the contact off the board in the process. Make sure to start prying at the tip of the contact.
    • Make sure that you are grounded. While carefully holding the ROM board in place, use a sculpting knife to carefully pry the top contact off the dead battery by utilizing a slow, rocking motion.

    • This may require a significant amount of of force. Take care not to pry the contact off the board in the process. Make sure to start prying at the tip of the contact.

  3. Repeat step two with the bottom contact.
    • Repeat step two with the bottom contact.

    • Optional: Use sand paper to file the nubs on the contacts where the contacts were physically attached to the battery.

  4. Place the new CR1616 battery in between the two contacts with the positive terminal facing down (textured side up).
    • Place the new CR1616 battery in between the two contacts with the positive terminal facing down (textured side up).

  5. Use electrical tape to adhere the two  contacts to the battery. Make sure to wrap the tape underneath the bottom contact and over the top sandwiching the battery in between.
    • Use electrical tape to adhere the two contacts to the battery. Make sure to wrap the tape underneath the bottom contact and over the top sandwiching the battery in between.

    • Before taping the top contact to the battery, put a piece of electrical tape on the edge of the battery where the top contact has a chance of touching the edge. This will prevent a battery short and headaches.

  6. Place the ROM board into the bottom cartridge casing. Replace the top casing and the Y1 screw.
    • Place the ROM board into the bottom cartridge casing. Replace the top casing and the Y1 screw.

    • Test the repair by playing it in a compatible drive (i.e. Gameboy Advance, Gameboy Advance SP, Gameboy Micro, DS, or DS Lite)

    • If the message still appears, check to make sure that the contacts have a good connection with the battery.

Sonuç

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

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Benjamin Cunliffe

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Ben, Dry internal battery's do not adversely effect, migration in any way or form.

Justin - Yanıt

What i would like to know is why do people mention all these various battery numbers. The board says cr1616 right on it. And that battery is available just as easy as the others and is what belongs in it.

tsiconquest88 - Yanıt

Don't use anything but CR1616 Batteries, it bulges the cartridges case, cracking it over some time and adding wear to the games label.

Thiemo Krause - Yanıt

In some cartridges, the original battery is a CR1620

Nicklas - Yanıt

I recently bought a sapphire that someone broke off the arms and tabs completely off the board. Can I still solder on a new battery to the board even though there is no old solder left on the positive side of the board?

Kirk Loose - Yanıt

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