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MaxMorozoff
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Hi everyone. 

Old lipo has damadged, so i changed lipo. Now it shows 0 volts, but multimeter shows 3,61 on each cell. When i click fire button it shows error "Check Battery".

What can i make with it?

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P.S.: I'm new to DNA forum, so forgive me, if I broke some rules.
P.P.S.: There's no warranty on this device.

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In your 1st post it shows it powered on with the battery, I don't think it would be able to do that with a bad fuse.
Does your battery have plugs or did you have to solder the wires to the board?
Are you sure that the first battery was bad? What was the problem do you think with the first battery?
I'm hoping to get some more info posted on it so when the folks more experience than me come on maybe they will have something to add.

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dwcraig1 said:

In your 1st post it shows it powered on with the battery, I don't think it would be able to do that with a bad fuse.
Does your battery have plugs or did you have to solder the wires to the board?
Are you sure that the first battery was bad? What was the problem do you think with the first battery?
I'm hoping to get some more info posted on it so when the folks more experience than me come on maybe they will have something to add.

I have to solder the wires. First battery was inflated and wires isolation was almost burn and red cable (V+) was close to metal case (GND). Also one cell was dead (0 volt). There was some noise on the screen and i thought the reason was bad power. ________ Hope you understand my English...
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