Construction of a working Eveready 467/NEDA 200 battery begins with an original NEDA 200 battery. The top is opened and the old button cells and connector are removed. Remove the connector and discard the old button cells.
Tape six 9-volt cells together in a 3x2 configuration, and connect the six cells and one additional 9-volt cell, for a total of seven, in series with snap caps. Connect the positive and negative leads to the old connector, observing correct polarity. The small snap is positive, the large snap is negative.
Slide the battery pack into the original box.
Make sure the connector is oriented properly so that the polarity matches the box labels
If you want a "new" look, slip the original box into a reproduction cover box.
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