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What to do when rechargeable battery gets wet

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Be very careful using a lithium battery that's been submerged

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Wipe the battery from a dry cloth or a tissue and then keep the batteries in an uncooked rice bowl. Rice tends to absorb the moisture off the battery.

Keep it for around a day or two. Do not charge the battery nor use any Hair Dryer to dry the battery.

Hope this helps

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