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    Quote Originally Posted by Batfan007 View Post
    Can anyone help me out on where the battery compartment (and activation switch) is on the BIG BIG TF Prime Predacon? I have no idea where the button is and also want to removed the batteries as I rotate my display.
    Sorry, I thought I already replied to this, as I looked up the toy on TFwiki last week to remind me which one you were talking about.

    As such, they actually answered your two points without me having to even dig out my own to to look at.

    although the wings easily detach from their bases for safety reasons, and to allow easier access to the battery compartment on his back.

    The robot head and torso are lit by pressing the translucent-yellow button on his right shoulder.

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    A couple of new photos I took while removing the latest lot of batteries.
    One is of a warning label I've now been finding on some toys, while the other photo is of button cells that I had removed from toys three years ago, but had been sitting in the cupboard (which I only just dug out when doing this update).


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    Quote Originally Posted by griffin View Post
    Masterpiece
    MP-43 Megatron Beast Wars - 4xLR44 - NI
    MP-44 Convoy v3 - 4? xLR44 - NI
    MP-44 is 3 LR44. This sticks out because they only come in packs that are multiples of two.

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    I really should go through all mine and remove the batteries. Maybe Friday.

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    The 2020 update of the Battery listing...

    Another small number this year, with over half of them being the one gimmick for Cyberverse (Battle Call).

    Hasbro Cyberverse 2019
    2020 - Battle Call Trooper - Bumblebee - 3xLR44 - I
    2020 - Battle Call Trooper - Meteorfire - 3xLR44 - I
    2020 - Battle Call Trooper - Wildwheel - 3xLR44 - I
    2020 - Battle Call Trooper - Megatron - 3xLR44 - I
    2020 - Battle Call Trooper - Starscream - 3xLR44 - I
    2020 - Battle Call Officer - Bumblebee - 3xAAA - NI
    2020 - Battle Call Officer - Optimus Prime - 3xAAA - NI

    Rescue Bots Academy
    RBA 2020 - Electronic Hotshot (fire truck) - 2xAAA - I
    RBA 2020 - Command Center Hoist - 3xLR44 - I
    RBA 2020 - Command Center Wedge - 3xLR44 - I

    Masterpiece
    MP-49 Black Convoy - 3xLR44 - NI?

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    Since I'm completely focused on the CHUG line, I didn't realise Hasbro was still using batteries in Transformers. I thought they had been dumped as a gimmick, much like missiles.
    I have a list of all G1 characters that have been released in CHUG form. You can find it here. Please feel free to let me know if I got anything wrong so I can fix it.

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    I'm surprised that they are still using the button cells, especially on the kiddie Rescue Bots toys, because of the swallowing risk... something that the Australian government has been lobbied to outlaw here.
    If that did ever happen some Transformers wouldn't be released here.... but that wouldn't be too many now.

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    Any tips on how to get the batteries out of this RID 2015 Prime?

    Already had a go at it recently, removed the screw on the back, which makes his wing come off, then there is no panel to open for batteriers. THe next back screws will basically make the toy fall apart, leaving me to wonder if I'm missing something, as none of my other battery ones require total dis-assembly of a toy to remove the batteries. Any help much appreciated as I'd rather not break it in the process of just removing the batteries.


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    Looks like 1 battery in his hips... enter from left side

    http://setls-resources.s3.amazonaws....pdf?1512045885

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    Yes... I think that single screw on the left of the back just below the wing pack, releases that red panel on the robot's left side.

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