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the best way to find if you have a short/draw being taken from the battery is to shut off everything in your car open your hood and close your doors in case you have a dome light that comes on when the door is open .Then take and disconnect the ground cable from the battery hook up a test light from the positive post and touch it to the disconnected ground cable if the light comes on you have a short now all you need to do is start pulling fuses until the light goes out then you know on which circuit your short is on.
Let me guess? This is the first time you want to remove the batteries, because you can't charge them anymore. And last time you used the camera was months ago?
This looks not good at all. Great chance the batteries in the camera were exhausted and did leak. Or the batteries are exhausted and are swelling, without leaking but are pressing against the battery door. In both cases you have to try to open the battery door and remove the batteries. Sometimes it helps when you press against the door, release it and press again. Little tapping could help also, but be aware cameras are made with delicate electronics and lenses. I hope the batteries did not leak, but is the did, try to remove everything from the battery what is in the battery compartment. Then clean the compartment very well. Special the contact points. But don't use sharp tools or grinding paper, because the contacts will oxidise in a short time again. Just dry cloth, or if you have contact out, little oil and after you cleaned everything rub it dry with a kitchen paper and a dry cloth.
Buy good NiMH batteries, to replace the ones you remove.
Charge the batteries in an external charger and remove the batteries if you don't ue the camera.
Timer is powered by 2 AAA batteries that are installed in the battery compartment located just below the control buttons on the face of the timer. Squeeze the two tabs, on the front of the battery case, toward each other and pull the battery case out of the body. The + tip of the battery must be pointed away from the spring.
check your standing current draw put an amp gauge between the negative battery term and the battery negative post check for current draw anything over 1amp is not good pull the fuses one by one until the fault goes away that will be the faulty part or wiring
You may keep it turned off until all the external parts and the battery compartments get dry. Furthermore, since the Camera has got wet in rain so there is possibility that rain water may have imbibed inside the Camera thus causing mechanical failure.
So, if the Camera doesn't turn ON even after drying it completely and charging the Battery fully. In that case, service will be required.
Use a Q-tip with alcohol to clean all the batter contacts (battery cover and inside the battery compartment), and a small hook into the compartment to pull up the contacts a little bit up. The idea is to make the batteries connect properly.
Use NiMh rechargeable batteries or Alkaline batteries, don’t use other Dry batteries, which are not designed for digital camera.
This is how I use the nordic ware... 1.Heat pan on medium heat on one side until temp gauge is in the middle. Dont turn pan at all when pre-heating 2. Open pan and coat bottom with a little butter. 3. Flip pan over and add butter to bottom side that has no butter. 4. Add batter quickly so butter doent burn. Add semi-thick batter in pan and only let batter run so there is about 1 inch of space left on the edge.(This space will fill with batter when you close the cover) 5. Temperature gauge should stay near the middle at all times. 6. Do not open the pan to check the batter waffle color or your crispy waffle will turn soft 7. Let waffle cook on first side until the steam that comes out from the side slows down to about half of the amount of steam that came out when battle was first put in. (Should be about 2 minutes) 8. Turn waffle pan over and DON’T open the pan.(you haven’t opened the pan once to look)
9. Let cook until steam reduces (Takes about 2 minutes)
10. Keep an eye on the temp gauge
11.Remember the first waffle always takes longer to cook than the second and third waffle.
12.If you have the urge to open the pan.Open the cover slowly.If it doesn’t open up easily then it is still rare and wait one minute to open. If you need to look, you should only open the pan after you turned it over. Once you open the pan, leave it open. If you close it the cripy top will turn soft.
13. Remember trial and error