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Thread: Battery Corrosion and How to Get Rid of it?
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At 01:59 PM 11/7/01 -0700, Andrew E. Kalman wrote:
>Hi All.
>
>I have some photographic equipment that has suffered from battery
>leakage and corrosion (typically AA batteries that were left in
>equipment for too long).
>
>What's the best way to neutralize the acid and prevent any further corrosion?

Dissolve the gunk and move it away, using Q-tips and distilled water or
rubbing alcohol.
An ink eraser is a good tool to burninsh the contacts.
(dad spent 30 years repairing cameras, some things rubbed off..)

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