neoplasticity wrote:Free batteries
I have four Turnigy 5000mAH 6s batteries. I babied them and they were treated very well BUT i went on vacation and forgot to disconnected them from my bike and over two weeks they slowly overdischarged. I tried to charge them back up but it looks like 1 or two cells on each battery are done for. The remaining 4-5 cells seem ok? I dunno. I dont have the knowledge or the inclination to take them apart to make good batteries out of the remaining cells but if someone wants them, they can have them. I prefer someone local so they can just pick them up. Im in redlands, ca. if not, can someone tell me how to dispose of them properly or any other uses you can think of for them?
pdf wrote:Good to see someone is interested. Just wanted to chime in to say I did the EXACT same thing with the EXACT same battery (Turnigy 5000mAh, 6s), but with three instead of four of them. It turned out that the same cell in each battery was bad (zero volts) and the others were, as far as I could tell, fine. It was the second cell from one end (don't remember which end). I'd be curious to know if it is the same cell in these (don't know why it would be though).
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