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Toy Modification Note: Build It Yourself Battery Interrupter: Revised 1986.

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--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Describes the use of battery interrupters for toys for disabled children and provides instructions for building three types of battery interrupters. Information on construction and use of battery interrupters, or switches, for regular cylindrical batteries, for 9 volt transistor radio type batteries and for use with cassette tape recorders and other devices with a "remote" jack. Includes drawings, a list of sources of information on switches, and a list of sources on adaptive toys and toy modifications. SKILLS REQUIRED: Electronics. AUTHOR: Vanderheiden, G C; Brandenburg, S TITLE: Toy Modification Note: Build it Yourself Battery Interrupter: Revised 1986 REF: Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin-Madison Trace Research and Development Center NARIC CALL NUMBER: 00761 PAGES (including cover): 20 1986.

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