Rebuild Battery: Will Buy Dead Averatec 1000 Series Battery

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afterburner1
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Rebuild Battery: Will Buy Dead Averatec 1000 Series Battery

Postby afterburner1 » Tue Jul 14, 2009 16:05

Would like to attempt to rebuild an Averatec Series1000 battery. Have plans and internal electronic information. Only problem I don't have a dead or nonchargeable battery. Would like to buy a dead battery for ten dollars plus your shipping costs. After bebuild will post results and method of rebuild, plus success or failure story.
If you have one for sale, please send me a private message or send info to unemou@hotmail.com

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Postby classusa » Tue Jul 14, 2009 22:13

well i have an official sony extended battery that lasted oh.about 4 months brand new and it simply wont charge that ill give u free but averatec i have never heard of...

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Postby darkerx » Tue Jul 14, 2009 22:54

For your extended battery... I have heard about batteryrefill.com (something like this...)
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Postby classusa » Wed Jul 15, 2009 01:26

darkerx........i like you

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Postby afterburner1 » Wed Jul 15, 2009 02:28

To Classusa: Thank you for the offer of the Sony Battery; that was very kind of you. I need the Averatec 1000 battery to fit in my computer to test it and determine the location and use of the eight pins that join the battery to the computer. It is more complicated than just opening and replacing cells. There is a printed circuit in the battery that has a number of functions. It determine dead cells, prevents overcharge,undercharge and reversing polarity. Once you determine how the circuit lays out, then you can replace the cells. That's why I need the battery I will use in the computer.
If you want to know more about batteries go to http://www.rathboneenergy.com
Thanks again
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Postby afterburner1 » Thu Dec 03, 2009 07:41

Thank you very much. No longer require batterys. Posting over a year old....thank you

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Postby life82 » Thu Mar 25, 2010 21:50

please can some one anyone help me i need to buy the ux390n please
if ur in new york let me kno thanks


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