politics, animal abuse, fair oaks farms
destroy the meat/dairy industry
My keyboard uses 6 AA batteries. It was dying, so I tested all the batteries to see if that was the problem. Only one of the 6 isn't still in the "good" range in my battery tester, and even that one isn't at "replace" yet. I don't want to throw away good batteries. Any ideas?
I'm thinking I could just replace the weak one, but I'm afraid it could be dangerous to mix fresh new batteries with these old ones, even though they seem to be doing fine. It's also really a shame that I have to throw away the weak one even though it still has some charge left in it :/
♒ Jan 25 (17 y/o)
🎵 Music witch and (aspiring) performerer
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