01-25-2013 05:22 PM
You need to have charger specially for that li-ion batt. Connect + and - if that method don't want to charge it either, you have to put it on normal charger but for a very short time. When you put voltmeter it should show something around 7 to 8.4 volts. If batt is lower then you need to wake it up for a very short time with other charger which is around that voltage. So when you remove charger batt will show bigger voltage. if it's above 7 it will charge normally. It's dangerous, I woke some batteries for secounds, so don't hold inappropriate charger for long time and watch voltage all the time. If it goes above 8.4 you should stop as it may explode. I have special charger and I set it to very low amperage so it's more safety.
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01-25-2013 06:22 PM
Please be very careful with this
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01-25-2013 06:48 PM
how do you tell where to connect the battery + to - on the battery?
If you need to ask that question, best leave it alone. Lithium fires are not pleasant.
01-26-2013 05:15 AM
"how do you tell where to connect the battery + to - on the battery?"
If you don't know that, please. DON'T TOUCH ANYTHING!!!
You can end very bad injured!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
01-26-2013 02:08 PM
and to burn alive, thanks but no.
If he does not know basic of electronics he need to start somewhere else with something easier. Ask google. And you need tools for that, you have to measure + or - but..... whatever I'm not helping guys wo jump on hardest part first. Some electricity guy should know better to bring that to him.
01-26-2013 06:44 PM
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