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Old 12-23-2016, 03:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default EC2 battery connector impossible

I am trying to put EC2 connectors on all my batteries for my TREX 250. I watched a video on how to put together EC3 connectors and am trying to do the same thing for my EC2 connectors. I solder the bullet to the wire first and then push the bullet into the back of the EC2. From the EC3 video, you are supposed to push it in until it "clicks" into place. But I am finding this impossible to do. I first tried pushing it in with a driver and put so much force on it that it actually deformed the connector. Tried a second one with the bullet hot hoping the heat might help it go in better, no luck. Even tried filing down the rim on the bullet some but still no go. How in the hell is this thing supposed snap into place? Or maybe it is different than the EC3 and doesn't snap into the connector. I am not sure now. I could find no instruction on how to put the EC2 together, not even on the Eflite website, could only find instructions for the EC3. If anybody has used the EC2, I could sure use some advice. Thanks.
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Old 12-24-2016, 04:02 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I have seen some connectors that are put together the other way around. So that you run the wire through connector housing and the solder the connector.
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