I have a couple of Makita 12v pod style batteries that are pretty much shot.
The model# 1233. Has anyone ever taken these apart without destroying the
casing? What would be the best way to do it? I'm very handy with a soldering
iron, batteries and multimeter (fly electric RC). I would much rather make
my own pack than have someone else do it.
<< I would much rather make my own pack than have someone else do it. >>
Take it to your Interstate Battery or similar repair facilty and just let the
tech do it right. He will have access to better parts than you will. Use the
time you save to enjoy more RC flight time. Now go have some fun while the
waether is great. HTH
Batteries Plus store told me what they often do is put battery casings in
the freezer and then try to open them up. I guess it somehow makes it
easier to separate the casing without damage. I never got around to trying
it on the Pentax rechargable pack I asked them about.
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