Functioning of batteries and their types24 October 2018
Used batteries – What’s next?24 October 2018
Before inserting the battery, read the instructions on the device. Use only the battery type indicated in the manual.
Insert the batteries in the correct way. Follow the symbols pointing to the correct position to properly place the positive (+) and negative (-) ends of the battery. Keep the contact surfaces of the battery clean, rub lightly with an eraser or a cloth. Remove the discharged batteries immediately from the device and dispose of them in suitable containers. At the same time, remove all batteries from the device and replace them with new batteries of the same size and the same type. Extend the battery life by switching the device off and removing the batteries when it is not in use and will not be used for a long time. Keep the batteries in a proper way: in a cool, dry place at room temperature. It is not necessary to store the battery in the refrigerator. Do not store batteries, especially small and pellet ones, in places accessible to children. Swallowed battery packs may get stuck in the esophagus, which can cause serious injury or death in just 2 hours.
Do not dispose of batteries in a fire - this may cause leakage or explosion.
Do not crush, puncture, disassemble batteries or destroy them in any way. It may cause leakage or explosion.
Do not carry the battery loosely in your pocket or purse with other metal objects, such as coins, paper clips, etc. This may cause the batteries to short out, causing them to rise or leak.
Do not store batteries and devices powered by batteries at high temperatures - they may lead to loss of capacity, leakage or explosion.
Do not mix old and new batteries or their various types and brands. It may cause leakage or explosion, leading to personal injury or property damage.
Do not give batteries to small children.