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Clean and remove damaged batteries that may have leaked caustic or harmful substances.

  1. There are several items you will need before starting. You will need: a pair of cleaning gloves, safety glasses, a screwdriver, a metal prying spudger (see picture 2), several Q-tips, distilled vinegar, 2 nine-volt batteries (for replacing damaged batteries), and one small plastic bag. There are several items you will need before starting. You will need: a pair of cleaning gloves, safety glasses, a screwdriver, a metal prying spudger (see picture 2), several Q-tips, distilled vinegar, 2 nine-volt batteries (for replacing damaged batteries), and one small plastic bag.
    • There are several items you will need before starting. You will need: a pair of cleaning gloves, safety glasses, a screwdriver, a metal prying spudger (see picture 2), several Q-tips, distilled vinegar, 2 nine-volt batteries (for replacing damaged batteries), and one small plastic bag.

  2. Before starting, put on the cleaning gloves and safety glasses. WARNING: battery acid from corroded batteries can cause skin and eye irritation depending on contact.
    • Before starting, put on the cleaning gloves and safety glasses.

    • WARNING: battery acid from corroded batteries can cause skin and eye irritation depending on contact.

    • If you touch any battery acid wash hands thoroughly with with lukewarm water and handsoap.

    • If acid is splashed into your eye run lukewarm water from a faucet onto eye for 30 minutes with eyelids open.

  3. Batterie per PC portatili

    Una soluzione semplice per un grande aumento di potenza.

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    Batterie per PC portatili

    Una soluzione semplice per un grande aumento di potenza.

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  4. Place the amplifier face-down and lift the cartridge lid up. Remove the corroded battery with the assistance of the Spudger and place the   battery in the plastic bag. Remove the corroded battery with the assistance of the Spudger and place the   battery in the plastic bag.
    • Place the amplifier face-down and lift the cartridge lid up.

    • Remove the corroded battery with the assistance of the Spudger and place the battery in the plastic bag.

  5. Close the lid of the battery cartridge and begin to unscrew the two 13mm screws located at the top and bottom of the battery cartridge with the Phillips #0 Screwdriver. Use the Spudger to pry the battery cartridge away from the center console.
    • Close the lid of the battery cartridge and begin to unscrew the two 13mm screws located at the top and bottom of the battery cartridge with the Phillips #0 Screwdriver.

    • Use the Spudger to pry the battery cartridge away from the center console.

  6. Dab one end of the Q-tip into the vinegar solution. Rub the inside and outside of the battery cartridge as well as the battery terminal with the Q-tip to remove any acid residue. Use as many Q-tips needed to remove the acid. Once finished place the used Q-tip(s) inside the small bag with the battery and dispose of the two properly.
    • Dab one end of the Q-tip into the vinegar solution.

    • Rub the inside and outside of the battery cartridge as well as the battery terminal with the Q-tip to remove any acid residue. Use as many Q-tips needed to remove the acid.

    • Once finished place the used Q-tip(s) inside the small bag with the battery and dispose of the two properly.

    • All done! Return the cartridge back into the center console and screw in the two 13mm screws.

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