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How to clean battery terminal corrosion

Hi I just found my two 1998 Furbies. They both look great on the inside however they have corrosion and I can't get them to work. Any ideas?

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Erikka Holderness, corrosion should usually clean of with a vinegar/sterile water solution. Use a cotton swab or soft toothbrush to clean the contacts. Rinse with sterile water after that, you may have to repeat this step a couple of times. Once it is properly cleaned, use 90%+ isopropyl alcohol to displace any left over water (depending on where the contacts are situated). Hope this helps, good luck.

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Ok great thank you p :-) I will be trying this.

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I usually use a vinegar based rust remover and an old toothbrush. Then brush on some WD40 and let it sit and dry overnight, i dont even rinse anything, just wait for it to soak in and dry

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CLR also works well on battery corrosion after cleaning with CLR use wd40

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I use 90%+ isopropyl rubbing alcohol, with a q-tip/cotton swab and a paintbrush. I also have a diamond needle kit, that can scrap off heavy corrosion. Sometimes I'll use an soft toothbrush. Baking soda has abrasive properties, yet it's still gentle on electronics. Apply a small amount to the affected areas of your device, and rub it in to remove stubborn traces of corrosion. Then wipe the surfaces down with cotton swabs or a slightly damp, lint-free cloth. White vinegar or lemon juice also works, Most household batteries contain bases, so acids will neutralize their discharge.

Here is a video that might help with your furby: https://youtu.be/iMfin6TM0dE

Here is another video that might help with your furby: https://youtu.be/dJjl7CvBX2Q

Another video that might help with your furby: https://youtu.be/df9WG38gBLs

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Battery acid is reported to be neutralized by white vinegar. A Q-tip soaked in vinegar can be used to remove battery leaking.

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