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Warning!
Alkaline Battery and Backup Battery Handling
Do not throw batteries into fire, or heat, take apart or modify them. Doing so
can damage the insulation or safety valves, and can create the danger of
battery leakage, heat emission, and rupture.
Do not use the battery with its positive (+) and negative (–) terminals
reversed. Doing so can cause abnormal reactions by charging and shorting,
and can create the danger of battery leakage, heat emission, and rupture.
Do not connect the positive (+) and negative (–) terminals of the battery with
wire, or transport or store the battery with a necklace, hair pins or other metal
objects. Doing so can short the battery and cause excessive current to flow,
and can create the danger of battery leakage, heat emission, and rupture.
Do not use new batteries together with already used batteries or different
types of batteries. Differences in the battery characteristics can create the
danger of battery leakage, heat emission, and rupture.
Alkaline batteries are not made for recharging. Recharging alkaline batteries
damages the insulation and its internal structure, and can create the danger
of battery leakage, heat emission, and rupture.
Do not peel off or scratch the outer label on the battery. Doing so can short
the battery, and can create the danger of battery leakage, heat emission,
and rupture.
Do not drop or throw batteries, or subject them to strong impact. Doing so
can create the danger of battery leakage, heat emission, and rupture.
Do not deform batteries. Doing so can damage the insulation or safety
valves, and can create the danger of battery leakage, heat emission, and
rupture.
Never charge the backup battery. Doing so can cause the battery fluid to boil
or internal pressure to rise due to the generation of gas. This can create the
danger of battery leakage, heat emission, rupture, and fire.
Never directly solder the backup battery. Heat can damage the insulation, and
can create the danger of battery leakage, heat emission, rupture, and fire.
Keep batteries out of the reach of small children. Should small children
swallow a battery, consult a physician immediately.
If you lick alkaline fluid from the battery, immediately rinse with clean tap
water, and consult a physician immediately.
If alkaline fluid from the battery accidentally get onto clothing or your skin,
immediate rinse it off with lots of clean tap water. Prolonged contact with
battery fluid can cause skin irritation.
If the backup battery starts to leak or emits a strange odor, immediately
move it away from any nearby flame. Leaking battery fluid is combustible.
When storing and disposing of backup batteries, insulate the terminals with
insulating tape. Mixing batteries together or with other metallic objects shorts
the battery terminals, and can create the danger of battery leakage, heat
emission, rupture, and fire.
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