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Old 11-02-2006, 03:31 PM   #1
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Has anyone had problems with the Trinity IB 4200 cells going bad? I just bought some and first time charged a cell completely blew out. And now another one I have with one run on it has a bad cell. Just wanting to hear anyone elses expeirences with them.
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I have been running 42's for almost a year now and never had a problem with them. What charger are you using and how many amps are you charging at, what are you discharging at
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I am using lrp pulasr 2 chargers at 5.0 amps. also disharghing with novak smart trays. maybe I just got 2 bad cells. Because the rest of my packs are great and have awesome numbers. I emailed trinity about this but no response as of monday.
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What are you setting the millivolts at?
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what should they be set at?
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With the pulsar they should be set between 20 and 25 mv
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one was set at 30 and the other 10. I guess I had them wrong
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You may want to call Trinity, as that way you'll know they got the message. E-mail isn't guaranteed like that.
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