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Semintegrated Battery for Rad Plus 6

Started by Adriano, June 30, 2024, 05:00:22 AM

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Adriano

Hi friends ! The semintegrated battery have a hide inside fuse who can be blow because of the wrong battery charging secvence . The good charging secvence is : Plug the battery in the charger and the charger to the outlet . When its full charge remove the charger from outlet and after unplug the battery from the charger !!! Anyway if you screw up that strange rule you need to fix youself the blow fuse of 10 amp by replacing . Remove the screw of both extremitys of the battery by removing 2 plastic covers , cut the black silicone who keep the battery steady after pull the battery to one side ( the charging light side ) to have acces to fuse ! Also you need a soldering gun to remove the old fuse ! Extract the old fuse and replace with the new one ! Problem fix cong you gest save 900$ !!!!😂😂😂🤣

Naranja_CT5+

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I'm old & forgetful. I use a power bar and utilize the switch. It is no different than what you are doing but I feel more comfortable not having to worry about the BO-OB sequence. I like the power bar because it has an LED light that tells me if it's energized or not.
Literally is LITERALLY the most annoying word of the decade.

John Rose

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Quote from: Naranja_CT5+ on June 30, 2024, 08:28:13 AMI'm old & forgetful. I use a power bar and utilize the switch. It is no different than what you are doing but I feel more comfortable not having to worry about the BO-OB sequence. I like the power bar because it has an LED light that tells me if it's energized or not.
I charge my batteries (ebikes, lawnmower, weed whacker, drills) always through a count-down timer so I don't have to worry about forgetting to turn it off a few hours later. https://amzn.to/3xEKXWy


This differs from the usual appliance timer in that it does not repeat a day later. Once it times out, it stops until you reset it. This model (BN-LINK) has 15 minute increments that you can set it to.
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