Kanari Mentos: hi thanks for the video i do have question i do have quad copter with battery 350mah with wall power when i ido have other battery from store it puff or burn why but the same but different company and what does battery hase protect thanks
derjoh1986: good stuff man!! right watching this, I've repaired battery!!!
Alex Pozgaj: I have two brand new zippys, never been in the air, which both seem to have the same problem - I'll try to repair them now, thanks for the great and informative video, I really learnt something new!
halleffect1: $60, wow. that's a $10 battery now. lucky for us RC guys the prices went way down.
Anthony Gillian: i have one of those 11.1 volt lipo batteries, i crashed my quadcopter on the roof of my apartment and it sat there overnight turned on....looking at the prop's it looks like they were spinning the whole time it sat there, i plugged the battery to the charger after i got it back and it just doesnt want to charge, is there any way to fix the battery anyway??
Jason B: Brian, I love your videos and fly RC as well. I made the switch from Deans to Anderson PowerPole connectors. I learned about these from Ham Radio and knew they would work in RC as well. They are easy to connect and are also easy to connect and disconnect when your in the field. Keep up the great videos!
71waynee: good job man
briansmobile1: Learning moments happen. When this was done I was still on my first real RC heli. (blade 400)
Daveys FPV Adventures: You've done this twice?? Keep away from the soldering iron! lol :D
MrFenny792000: Thanks alot, I saved my new lipo!
Adrian Lowe: Perfect and sensible precautionary intro. Did it with care. Thanks.
Peter Nguyen: Well I avoid the problem all together by not cutting off both wires at the same time. I cut the negative, then solder on the new plug. Only after it was done and heat shrunk would i solder the second one.
KevinMillard68: slick man well done ill have to keep this nugget locked in my brain for the future
briansmobile1: That's what I said... lol
mumforddale1: people dont do this its very dangerous!!!unless you really know what your doing like he do.lipos are cheap hobbyking has them for cheap and ebay you can find something nice.just looking out do you want but this is to risky!!!
briansmobile1: lol I'm kind of into everything!
playstation2bigs: i'm searching at youtube "disassembly infolithium battery" and to my surprise you show up!! and i laugh so hard
808chileboys: The same thing happened to me I tried searching for info on the Internet and nothing. What happened to me I was changing plugs and shorten and saw a little spark and I plugged my voltage reading and was readin as a 2cell so I saw the blue cable had a little solder. If it wasn't for your video I would of have put a nail thru my lipo
Kotuku Reedy: Im gunna give this a go right now the same thing happened to me but the spring kind of metal on the end of my deans charge connecter bent when i was plugging it in and shorted out the lipo
covercalls88: To help avoid problem while soldering a new plug especially on a T-Plug. I would strip one wire put a shrink tube on the wire, solder the wire, and cover with the shrink tube before soldering the next wire. From experience when soldering a new connector, never have more than one wire exposed at a time. I did manage to short a battery years ago when I had two wires exposed. Lesson learned for me.
How to repair a LIPO battery at your own risk.5
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