How to Open 9v Battery (come Aprire Una Batteria Da 9v)

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Introduction: How to Open 9v Battery (come Aprire Una Batteria Da 9v)

Hi guy!This is my first simple tutorial, and I'll show you a simple way to open a 9v battery..
(ciao ragazzi questo e il mio primo semplice tutorial, e vi mostrero un modo semplice per aprire una batteria da 9v..)

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Step 1: What You Need (occorrente)

the material..(il materiale)

Step 2: Let's Cut (tagliare)

Cutting...

Step 3: Open (aprire)

what are inside a 9v battery?6 little battery..
(che c'e dentro una batteria da 9v?6 piccole batterie..)

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    6 Discussions

    Thats a terrible way to open a 9v battery. Why not bend the metal tabs on the bottom out and push the casing off? That way there is no risk of cutting into a battery and spraying chemicals all over the place.

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    Browncoat
    Browncoat

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    I'm also not sure what one would use the "smaller" batteries for...

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    11richie21
    11richie21

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    they work better for AAA batteries rather than AA

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    piddle01
    piddle01

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    If you were to fold the metal tabs over on the battery, you could substitute them for a AA in a pinch, they wouldn't last as long but they will still work for more information, look up Kipkays instructable on a 9V battery hack. :) happy hacking

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    the_mad_man
    the_mad_man

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    you could use the batteries for some low power project in place of a AAA because they are 1.5 V (nominal) each or if you need a battery smaller than a AAA.

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    atombomb1945
    atombomb1945

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Here Here. It looks like the batteries took a bit of abuse in opening the case. A Leatherman or Gerber is all you need to get the bottom off. I would not recommend anyone opening a 9V like this.