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Battery charger-leaking yellow liquid

Battrey charger was left plugged in to mains electric socket for at least 17 hours charging the phone,then phone was removed and the charger was left connected to the mains socket for 8 more hours until it was seen to be leaking a yellow liquid,is the liquid dangerous ?.
the phone still functions ok,the battery charger has been put into a sealed
bag,will it be safe to use again?.

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    yellow liquid,on main display

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No, it will not be safe to use it again, and yes, the yellow liquid is VERY DANGEROUS. Please do not use it again, you need a new charger.
i dont think the batery was affected, but if it was, you also need to throw it way and get a new battery.

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