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  • Opening a bosch 9.6V GSR battery case

    Hi All
    I'd like to replace my cells in a bosch 9.6V NICD battery, as it's now completely dead.
    I tried opening the case, but found it only got 3 screws which open up easily, but there's a seal in the 4th corner, which i don't know how to handle. Please see attached photo, in the bottom right.

    Can someone please advise on how to open the case, and then be able to close it up again, after I replace the NICD cells ?

    thanks bbosch
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  • #2
    Re: Opening a bosch 9.6V GSR battery case

    pop the seal out with an awl,then remove the last screw.
    You know the batteries are soldered together?

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    • #3
      Re: Opening a bosch 9.6V GSR battery case

      Of course,
      I'm trying to replace them with rechargeable AA batteries, placed inside a 8AA battery holder.

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