Battery Cleaning, Storage and Service
The battery pack should not require cleaning unless it has become heavily soiled. Old or damaged batteries should be disposed
of promptly and properly. The best way to dispose of used batteries is to recycle them. Battery recycling facilities recover the
Nickel, Lithium or Lead from old batteries to manufacture new batteries.
Use only mild detergent with a slightly damp cloth to clean the outside of the battery. Do not use solvents or flammable
cleaners. Allow the case to dry fully before using again.
Do not allow cleaning agents of any kind to contact the charging contacts; they may be damaged. If necessary, clean them
with a soft-bristle, dry brush or compressed air.
Battery packs should be stored, charging contact side up, in a cool dry place, protected from weather and airborne debris,
Do not store battery packs in direct sunlight, on a metal surface, or anywhere the battery pack cannot cool down.
Do not leave the battery pack in a non-operating charger. The battery pack may discharge through the charger rather than hold
Battery packs may leak up to 1 mA current through the battery contacts when left in an unpowered charger pocket.
There are no user serviceable parts in the Lithium Ion Battery Pack. Contact
for battery disposal and