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Misc. My New Parallel Charging Board

Discussion in 'Electronics' started by bigone5500, Aug 3, 2019.

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    Anyone see what's wrong? 20190803_075401.jpg
     
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    LMAO! Who are you getting these things from? Damn good way to burn your house down...
     
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    I didn't catch it when I took it apart. I gave it a 1 star review but will fix it myself. I'm not going to deal with packing it up again. I saw it when I was plugging in my batteries just now. Luckily the iCharger will not allow you to charge in this situation.
     
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    No, but if you plug two batteries in it will dead short them and things start happening very fast.
     
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    Fixed...

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    Oh and WTF? Soldered on?

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    Yea, that is pretty common practice with the fuse. You can cut the ends off of a female spade connector and solder it on to plug that into. More work than needed though.
     
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