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Just Got A 360, Wireless controller, How Do U Remove Batteries

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 Forum' started by -ScarFace-, Sep 20, 2006.

  1. -ScarFace-

    -ScarFace- Guest

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    Everything is fine and the batteries slid in fine but i thought " how the hell do i replace these when they run out " i tried to pull them back out but they are deffo going nowhere, is there a way to get them out? a button? does the little removeable battery pack where you put the batteries in flip up ?

    I dont wanna try untill i know how, incase i break it.
  2. Dan_Nufc

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    there's a little white button on top of the battery pack. You push that in and pull from the top. It's quite sturdy so dont be scared to use a bit force on it :thumbsup:
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    wait, i know about the big white button you press and that detaches the pack from the controller doesnt it, then you slide in your batteries n place the pack back onto the controller, i dont know how to get the batteries out of the detachable pack, once they've run out
  4. Jay

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    They were quite stiff to come out of my controller, theres no button or anything to press, just pull them out. If there that stiff maybe use pliers as the batteries are only gonna go in the bin...you should be able to use your hands though. :thumbsup:
  5. -ScarFace-

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    ohhh give us a kiss you little star !

    Pliers worked like a drea, TAKE THAT STIFF BATTERIES !
  6. RobDickinson

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    Haha I have had the same issue , use rechargables, struggle every damned time lol.
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    Blu-tak! :)
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    I had the same issue.

    Try this; look inside the removable battery compartment and you'll see a small foam square which presses against the middle of the batteries when in place. I used a craft knife to cut/scrape it away, and presto they slide in and out now (a small shake does it). Makes using rechargable batteries much easier!
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    You get an "Achievement" if you get the batteries out :D
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    :D
  11. CAFCmatt

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    Get a rechargeable battery pack, sod using AA batteries lol
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    nice one i managed to get a p&c kit for £5 of a mte at work who was skint hahaha since then ive got Saint Row and Dead Rising for £40 bargain or what lol

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