[NTLK] A question of battery sleds
woodysmith at me.com
Tue Jan 8 21:55:16 EST 2013
I believe that the correct solution for neutralizing the leakage
depends upon what it is. Alkaline battery leakage is addressed here
First determine the type of battery then search for clean up.
On Jan 8, 2013, at 5:43 PM, Lord Groundhog wrote:
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> I just found where I mislaid a Newton MP2100 battery sled, with 4 AA
> batteries in it. The batteries leaked and I know there was a thread
> ago that answered my question but I can’t find it just now. Can
> remind me the best way to remove battery chemical residue from the
> sled to
> preserve the plastic as well as the contacts? It’s not too bad as
> far as I
> can see but it’s not good for me to just leave it there and I will
> need the
> sled for a MP I’m returning to active service after a few years of a
> desk job.
> Thanks in advance.
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