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Battery missing spring. Is there a way to order a new battery back for my hallmark snowman?

Had battery corrosion. Cleaned with vinegar. Tried tin foil for missing spring. Not working. Not sure if it's just a battery problem but I'm willing to find out.

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I don't think that you can get a new battery pack for your Hallmark snow man.You will have to buy a new one.It looks like it is now broken.

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