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Battery acid damage on canon speed light 430ex

I had a battery to leak and one of the terminals is badly corroded. how can you change the battery terminal?

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You'd have to open up the flash (I don't recommend) and replace it by soldiering a new one in place. If you can't make you're own contact or salvage/fit one from another source you must send it in for repair.

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If the corrosion worked its way in to the circuit board, you have 2 choices.

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Make sure you using flash grade batteries and not rechargables. try energiser ultra or litiums or duracelll plus but nothing else. if the charge light is not coming up then most likely batteries. I would take it to your local camera shot and test your 7d with one of thier 430 just to make sure the hotshoe didnt short out the flashgun

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Use some sandpaper to get the rust off. Also wipe them with a damp cloth with baking soda solution on the rag, to neutralize the acid before you use the sandpaper.

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That light brown liquid is acid leaking from inside the batteries. The same thing can happen with a flashlight or any other battery-powered object. Now you know why instructions for most battery-powered items always say to remove the batteries if the item is not going to be used for an extended period.

Unfortunately, your camera has probably been ruined by the battery acid. At the least, all or most of the battery contacts have been corroded, but they may possibly be salvaged by a competent camera technician. This problem is obviously not covered by any Canon warranty, although some battery companies offer to repair items damaged by their batteries under certain circumstances.

I suggest that you contact your Canon Service Center and describe the problem, then ask them to quote a price range for the repair. Once you have their price, take it to one or two local camera techs who have good reputations to see if you can get it repaired more cheaply. If the battery company offers any warranty to cover damages from their batteries (check a new battery package), then be sure to get a written report on that from Canon or the local camera tech and submit a claim to the battery company.

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