Question about DXG Technology Video Cameras
If you can clean the corrosion off down to the metal, you will be ok. Spray some electrical contact cleaner on them to flush off all the chemicals, and wipe them dry with a soft cloth. You may have to use some fine grit emery cloth to get all the corrosion and oxidation off the terminals. Then reclean them good. Corroded and oxidized battery terminals are the number one problem with digital cameras, since they use such a low voltage, and it's extremely critical to keep the contacts clean and perfectly conductive.
Cleaning the contacts should get you going again. Good luck, and thanks for using FixYa.
Posted on Sep 04, 2010
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