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How to change batteries

Electronic toys with remote control and batteries for children can be divided according to the sex of the baby. Thus, if the boys are happy to handle the distance, by remote control, various cars, boats, helicopters and airplanes, toy dolls that girls prefer speak or toy that babies cry when they have to be fed or changed. Remote electronic toys require batteries or maintenance, it consists in changing batteries once they are discharged.


When the remote control car, helicopter or any toys of your little boy is not working when your daughter's doll stop crying when hungry or wants to be changed, it is time to change batteries as an adult!
To replace the batteries, loosen the cover where the batteries are inserted using a screwdriver and then open the cover. Get your consummate batteries and insert new ones, ensuring that they have the polarity thereof, as indicated on the product, close the cover and tighten the screw.
Keep batteries and tools away from children.
To avoid damaging the toy, always replace the batteries to prevent them leaking acid.
If you happen to leakage of battery fluid, replace them immediately, making sure you clean them before storage compartment. Wash your hands if you come into contact with battery acid spills.


Hint: We recommend using alkaline batteries for longer life of the product.


Alkaline batteries are a type of primary batteries dependent upon the reaction between zinc and manganese dioxide (Zn/MnO2). Rechargeable allows reuse of specially designed cells.
Compared with zinc-carbon batteries of the Leclanché or zinc chloride types, alkaline batteries have a higher energy density and longer shelf-life, with the same voltage. Button cell silver-oxide batteries have higher energy density and capacity but also have a higher cost than similar-size alkaline cells.
The alkaline battery gets its name because it has an alkaline electrolyte of potassium hydroxide, instead of the acidic ammonium chloride or zinc chloride electrolyte of the zinc-carbon batteries. Other battery systems also use alkaline electrolytes, but they use different active materials for the electrodes.

Some alkaline batteries are designed to be recharged, but most are not. Attempts to recharge may cause rupture, or the leaking of hazardous liquids which will corrode the equipment.

Do not mix old and new batteries or mix different types of batteries: alkaline, standard (carbon-zinc) or rechargeable (nickel-cadmium).
Always use batteries of the same type or equivalent, as recommended.
Remove batteries after long you have not used the product. Always remove the batteries.
Do not burn or store batteries consummate in the environment. Store them in special centers for the collection of recyclables.
Do not short circuit the battery never ends.
The only batteries that can be loaded are the rechargeable batteries. Other types of batteries may explode. Do not try to do this.
Using rechargeable batteries is not recommended if the toy does not operate normally.
If you use batteries, remove them from the toy before uploading them.
The battery charge will be made only by an adult.
Remove batteries from the toy before storing it.