Question about Nikon Coolpix L310
A solution of baking soda and water will neutralize the battery acid. Use a Q-tip soaked in the solution to carefully clean the contacts. Do not allow the moisture to leak into the camera's interior. Once you have neutralized and removed as much of the acid as possible, carefully polish the electrical contacts. A clean pencil eraser should do the job, but you can also use a small piece of extra fine emery cloth to clean the contacts until they are bright and shiney.
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