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  1. #1
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    Dec 2010
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    Angry Issues with Pansonic LR6.AA Industrial Alkaline

    i just googled my batteries i got with my camera to find more info on them and found this site.

    i charged my "pansonic LR6.AA" put them in my camera.. didn't even turn it on.
    took my camera out for the day and it started dying every time i tried to take a photo.
    i checked out the batteries.
    one of them is leaking very badly.. another was leaking a little bit.
    has anyone else had this issue with those batteries?

    i was planning to upgrade to the lithium ones anyway but im really concerned about the damage something like this can cause to a camera.
    ps.. i brought the camera 1 month ago.
    i'd love some feed back from people about this.

  2. #2
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    Oregon
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    The LR6 batteries are just as you described them: alkaline types, that are not intended to be changed. It would be very wise to carefully check the battery compartment for any residual leakage, especially the contact points.

    Sarah Joyce
    Last edited by speaklightly; 01-08-2011 at 09:42 AM.

  3. #3
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    Duplicate post

  4. #4
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    This can't be a serious post. Anyone stupid enough to try and charge standard alkaline batteries and put them in a digital camera should not be allowed near sensitive electronics.
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