You are working with a tool that uses electric shock. PLEASE REMOVE ALL BATTERIES BEFORE STARTING THIS PROJECT. I am not responsible for harm to you or others.
DO NOT use on any living thing in intentions to cause harm.
DO NOT use on others for prancing or other improper uses.
DO NOT use on yourself.
I am not responsible for the consequences that can and will occur if misused.
Step 1: What You Will Need
Again the one that I am showing is already completed.
Second, two D size batteries.
Third, electrical tape if you have some. If not, hot glue will work but is not suggested, as it does not provide the best support for holding electricity.
Fourth, needle nose pliers for cutting steel coat hanger and a small Phillips screw driver.
Fifth, last but not least, the coat hanger.
Step 2: Disassembly
The swatter I have might be different from yours. Mine had only two wires to work with when some have three. Take the racket and cut the wires connecting it to the body as close as you can get to the racket to give you more wire to work with.
After that, follow the next step of needed.
If your wires have a **"coat" on them them strip some away to reveal the wire.
**- I say "coat" because I do not know the official term for the coating on wires. So I dubbed it the "coat".
Step 3: Making the Contacts
The term connector and contacts are what I am calling the lengths of wire.
Step 4: Applying Contacts
It may require some fiddling to get the contacts to stay but, it should after a while.
Make sure to put the contacts evenly spaced.
Step 5: Finishing Touches
Hope it works!
Let me know if it doesn't after you have tried to find the issue and I'll see if I can help.
Here is a link to the video of me demonstrating how it should work.