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Remove Batteries to Avoid Corrosion


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Corroded batteries that were left in a wireless mouse.If you know you are not going to be using an item for a long time that requires or has batteries, I would recommended to remove it. That way you avoid battery corrosion, like what happened to my spare mouse here.

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January 13, 20180 found this helpful

This is true. I found a toy vanity on the curb. It had a switch to light up, but it didnt work. I figured it just needed new batteries and opened the compartment. The battery corrosion was terrible. I did clean off the battery compartment and put in fresh batteries and it works now. However, sometimes the corrosion ruins the item.

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January 13, 20180 found this helpful

Yes, it is important to remove batteries because it can cause corrosion. You are right sometimes it could ruin the item too.

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But luckily I was able to clean out the battery and put new batteries and use it again. :)

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