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THe best way o clean the AAA batter

THe best way o clean the AAA batter

THe best way o clean the AAA batter

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THe best way o clean the AAA battery contacts within the ACS processor. Much crud on he contacts from a battery leak.

RE: THe best way o clean the AAA batter

There are holes with arrows in the case. Use a screwdriver to push on the tabs according to the arrows. This will release the case. Then you can clean the inside springs and the door slidey thing.

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RE: THe best way o clean the AAA batter

Use a weak acid like white vinegar to counteract the alkaline crud. Apply with a Q-Tip or other small applicator until it stops bubbling. Be careful not to get too much on the electronics or circuit board.
Use a soft brush, like an old tooth brush, to physically remove the residue.

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