A battery in my device is oxidized, can I still safely use it?

"Ja, the device can still be safely used. Firstly, remove the oxidizd battery. Never use bare hands to do this. Then clean the battery compartment with a cotton swab dipped in vinegar or lemon juice. Let it dry and insert new batteries."

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Rob Wark 26-12-2023
Soehnle
How to replace battery?

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Pia Irene Hahnemann 26-12-2023
Soehnle 66162
How do I change the battery??

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Yvonne Torriani-Braga 01-03-2024
Ledlenser MT14
Please tell me how to insert the battery. Thanks

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Belgacem GUEDIDI 18-10-2023
Karce Kc_4650P
instructions for use please Sincerely

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김단아 07-06-2024
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How do I replace the battery?

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carine eyraud 05-03-2024
savic magnetique
hello my savic magnetic cat flap no longer recognizes my cats' magnetic collars and has gone into free opening/closing mode. when I take out the opening/closing module there are 3 or 6 "rectangles" inserted in plastic that I cannot get out but 1 is oxidized. should this rectangle be changed? how to get it out and more without touching it with your fingers? Thanks for your help.

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carine eyraud 05-03-2024
savic magnetique
hello I don't understand "remove the battery"... when I take out the opening/closing module there are 3 or 6 "rectangles" inserted in plastic that I can't get out but 1 is in fact oxidized. Is this what you call cell or battery? and how to get it out without touching it with your fingers? Thanks for your help.

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[email protected] 26-11-2023
Catiga cp-30a
how to get a subtotal

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