Household batteries (RAYOVAC® FUSION™, HIGH ENERGY™, Zinc Carbon batteries and rechargeable batteries such as RAYOVAC®'s Recharge and Recharge Plus (NiMH), and fully drained lithium primary batteries) are not hazardous waste. A key design feature is the use of Safety Shutdown Separator. • Unplug the charger when not in use and remove the batteries. This warranty does not cover physical damage resulting from accident, misuse, or modification of the charger. Place the battery into the hearing aid so the tab is facing outward. Model: PS335-4B GENE. • Les piles de format AA et AAA doivent être rechargées deux par deux. These batteries should be removed immediately as they are not rechargeable. No. Most RAYOVAC® Portable Charger Models also have LEDs that will illuminate when charging is complete. recommended – we cannot guarantee performance or quality of other batteries. Recycling logos on these products contain the information you need for finding your recycling outlets. them to become hot, leak or rupture, causing personal injury. Energizer Holdings, Inc. has successfully completed its acquisition of the global batteries and portable lighting business from Spectrum Brands. There are some batteries, such as Nickel-Cadmium (NiCd), which are Universal Waste (the term "universal waste" is potentially applicable to waste batteries only if they are considered "hazardous"). It is important to make sure you correctly dispose of your hearing aid batteries, For more information about battery safety please visit: http://www.poison.org/battery/. Do RAYOVAC® Rechargeable batteries need to be charged in a special charger? Reduce waste and save money. • Insérez 2 ou 4 piles NiMH/NiCd rechargeables de format AA ou AAA. of electrical shock, fire and injury to persons. In case of accidental swallowing or insertion, call the National Capital Poison Center Hotline 1-800-222-1222 or 202-625-3333 (collect) IMMEDIATELY (TTY 800-222-1222). • This charger should not be used by children or persons with certain disabilities or special needs. For loose batteries, place tape across the battery's contacts to isolate terminals. Carry your battery-powered devices or spare batteries in your carry-on baggage. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of, incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not, apply to you. In a photoelectric smoke alarm the lithium battery will last anywhere from 3 to 7 years vs. about a year for alkaline. Fast flashing indicates a poor connection between the battery and charger or a problem with the battery pack. Following is advice from the U.S. Department of Transportation's Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration's SafeTravel.dot.gov web site on flying with battery-powered devices: Many travelers like the convenience of readily available spare batteries. No, RAYOVAC® Rechargeable batteries will charge in any charger that can charge NiMH batteries, even a charger that you already own. For example, RAYOVAC ® 's 9-volt lithium battery will last for 10 years in an ionization-type smoke alarm (the most common type), compared to about 3 to 5 years for an alkaline battery and just 1 year for a zinc carbon battery. For your convenience, RAYOVAC® has been a proud supporter of the Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC). If unsure about compatibility, contact the product manufacturer. Do RAYOVAC® Rechargeable Batteries need to be charged in a RAYOVAC® brand charger? Charging Current: 2 or 4 AA - 450 mA | 2 or 4 AAA - 200 mA.