Here's The Simplest Way To Check If a Battery Is Dead (Video)
Aug 15, 2013 19:59
When alkaline in a battery wears down, it produces a gas that fills the inside. To test the batteries, you don't have to use a voltmeter or any other device, instead you can simply drop them vertically from a short distance on a hard surface.
To tell if it's got juice, a charged battery will make a solid thump sound and often remain standing. A dead battery will make a muffled sound, and bounce repeatedly, and topple over.
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