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jmcdonald
02-13-2012, 05:05 PM
Ater having this lipo at a storage voltage of 3.8V per cell for about 3 months, I decided I would charge it up and fly since it was a cozy 32 degrees here. After hooking it up to the charger, it showed that the first cell was at 1.3 volts while the others where somewhere around 3.6/3.7V. Is this lipo reviveable? If not, I'm taking it out to the country with my AK-47 to put it down.

froghammer
02-13-2012, 05:17 PM
That is way out of whack. I think you'll be pulling an Ol' Yeller with it.

Spinewrecker
02-13-2012, 08:35 PM
Yep, your pack is toast, put it out of it's misery. Between Zippy and Turnigy batteries I've had about 70% good packs, 30% bad. But, it is still way cheaper than high end brands even with a few bad packs.

-Tom

Altimat
02-13-2012, 08:51 PM
I'd save the other cells if revival on cell 1 failed. Revival has never failed me...

chrismechanic
02-14-2012, 06:42 AM
i crashed with a 5000mah 6s nano...one cell shorted out and died...
i turned it into a 5s and sold it to my mate for his plank :thumbup:
chris.

mtuccio
02-15-2012, 06:41 PM
Ater having this lipo at a storage voltage of 3.8V per cell for about 3 months, I decided I would charge it up and fly since it was a cozy 32 degrees here. After hooking it up to the charger, it showed that the first cell was at 1.3 volts while the others where somewhere around 3.6/3.7V. Is this lipo reviveable? If not, I'm taking it out to the country with my AK-47 to put it down.

I think your pack is toast...Ready....Aim....FIRE.......:peace