My university recently got a new batch of epucks, which come with the 
batteries with cardboard on the positive side. Previously we'd only had 
ones with black rubber on the positive end of the battery. The problem 
is that these new batteries don't work in the epuck properly, they're 
very slightly too short to reach both contacts and so don't reliably 
power the robot.
My question is, how have people on the mailing list got around the 
problem with these batteries, is there some cheap and easy fix?


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