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Go to Radioshack and buy DEOXIT.. its made to clean oxidation (corrosion) and is electronic safe. If the corrosion (oxidation) didnt leak into the circuit board this will allow you to get proper contact again

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Low battery power = Charge battery.
Dirty or corroded contact at terminals = Clean and tighten all terminals.
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For a camera to sit for this length of time will require cleaning the battery contacts within the camera. Check to make sure the battery terminals are not corroded or the battery is leaking in any way The terminals in the camera may be cleaned using a good soft red rubber eraser on the end of a pencil. You can use a puffer to remove any rubber dust make sure these are shinny if corrosion is evident then a more aggressive approach needs to be made. if you don't feel comfortable doing this service/repair I would suggest taking the camera to a repair depot. however if you have a few items around home like the pencil you may be able to affix a small piece of sand paper to the pencil and clean the terminals gently. All this is only if the terminals are corroded (not shinny).

Going back to the battery, check make sure the battery is not leaking and after sitting for that long I'd suggest putting it back on the charger again and let is sit for about 20 minutes then take it out of the charger for 10 minutes and back in again this should give it the kick it needs to start the charge cycle.

I think what has happened the first time you charged the battery the charger couldn't "see" anything (absolute no power) and just went into standby mode. If the battery fails to take the charge you will have to purchase another battery. Once you have power the camera should work as it did before.

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1.Do the headlights come on? Are they as bright as they should be? No? Check the battery cables, and connections. A corroded battery cable terminal end, and battery terminal will cause this. (Even side post batteries have a terminal. It's just a flat area with a threaded hole) Side post batteries are notorious for acid leaking out of the side post area, and corroding the connections. (I change everyone of my vehicles to use a Top Post battery)

2.Battery terminals and battery terminal ends clean? Battery cables good? Then it's the starter solenoid, or the starter itself.

Inside the starter solenoid, (Mounted to the starter. It's that cylindrical looking object on top of the starter), are contacts. These can burn, and wear out over time.

Inside the starter are brushes. The starter is just an electrical motor. The brushes wear down over time, and do not make contact anymore.

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Somewhere in the wiring you have a weak connection and it is interpreting it as a bad battery or corroded terminals. It could even be where the cord goes into the sump pump. You will have to search it completely to find it.

The alarm itself is bad.

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