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Old 02-24-2003, 04:06 AM   #1
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Default A little tip, that in some cases can prolong battery pack life

For some time, one of my packs have flattend out. It's the oldest pack I got, so it aint a surprice.

However, some of the problem was due to a 3/4-broken wire between the to saddles. The broken part was hidden under the isolation. Soldered in a new wire, and vupti, now the pack is practise worthy again.
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