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Old 05-31-2008, 10:30 PM   #1
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Default B400 balance charger end How to.

I got a thounder Power battery for my B400 and they sold me an adapter that plugs on to the balance leads so it would plug into my e-flite charger,anyway the white plug that goes into the charger is on backwards and I been trying to get the wires out to turn it around. Any one know how the wires can be removed so I can switch them
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Old 05-31-2008, 11:28 PM   #2
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I got a thounder Power battery for my B400 and they sold me an adapter that plugs on to the balance leads so it would plug into my e-flite charger,anyway the white plug that goes into the charger is on backwards and I been trying to get the wires out to turn it around. Any one know how the wires can be removed so I can switch them
Carl
if you lay the white connector flat on a surface, with the side facing up that you can see the metal parts of the connector. There is only one side that shows some of the metal connectors. With a knife or very small flat blade screwdriver, push the wire into the connector, then push down on the small raised "clip", or raised portion of the connector you can see through the white plastic. As you push down on the clip, then slowly pull the wire out of the connector. If you get the clip pushed down correctly it will slide right out.
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