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Corroded battery in high beam 1watt

Battery corroded inside flashlight

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  • Joel Gloria
    Joel Gloria Dec 31, 2013

    Thanks,not what I wanted to hear.i like to fix things

  • Behind_Blue_Eyes
    Behind_Blue_Eyes Dec 31, 2013

    well if you want to try and fix it, take the thing apart, just be prepared to throw it away if it\'s to far gone... sometimes constructive things come from working hands and minds... but battery acid is a bad thing, keep it off of anything important, water will neutralize it...

  • Joel Gloria
    Joel Gloria Dec 31, 2013

    U give up to easy.be more constructive.thanks, end of conversation.

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Battery sat inside to long or was overcharged... not worth saving

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