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Replaced battery, now home link, clock, and alarm don't work

I got my battery replaced and now several things are not working. Can you help?

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Car batteries are dangerous... (I'd rather douse myself in gasoline & play with matches than work on a battery)

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Several things need to be done to lay the groundwork for GOOD TROUBLE SHOOTING:

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White lithium grease can reasonably "PROTECT" an electrical connection... but if it is heavily corroded or oxidized... it must be carefully cleaned (it can be quite caustic immediately at the battery and EXTREME CAUTION is warranted (eye protection, gloves & lots of fresh water (if things go terribly/explosively wrong (to save skin & eyes))).

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