Question about Computers & Internet
Try wrapping it tightly in newspaper and sticky tape it up put it in a freezer for a few days the battery wrapped in newspaper then thaw it out for a few hours to room temperature making sure no moisture is evident then recharge it for 4hrs
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Posted on Aug 27, 2010
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