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Place the pcb with the
batteries soldered in the original plastic box. You
should have try if they fit the box in your steps while
Use a multimeter to
check for short circuits. Measuring the cells you will
see that are not fully discharged it's recommended to
store Li-Ion cells in a 40-50% charge level.
If everything looks good, apply some glue
around the plastic case.
You can also use
clamps to glue the plastic encloser tautly
As long as the glue
takes to dry place the old cell on a separate small
plastic bag and depose to a battery recycling bucket.
Don't throw them along with ordinary rubbish.
Now it's the big time! Place the
pack back in your notebook. If everything is ok the
indicator should saw that the battery is charging
normally. The arrow in the above image shows this.
The first charge took around 2.30
hours to complete and the first discharge last about
2.45 hours. That's good results! Now your notebook looks
first 3-4 charges cycles don't let the
notebook charge in another room that this
you are so you can observe for any
malfunctions that can cause excess heat
during charging - discharging.