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Leaking batteries Batteries leaked in my Casio and now ther's a clicling and hissing noise. Can this be fixed ?

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Re: Leaking batteries

I am going to assume that the leakage was from alkaline batteries. Vinegar will work to clean the residue. This must be done for the electronics to work at the proper voltage....accordianman

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