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10 more Batteries LGGBM261865 ....
#1
to dissemble 36v 5.2 ah

Taking me a while to disassemble the first battery tried to save the bms. looks like these were tube batteries for bikes. will report how the first cells results when tester is done.
 The battery was at 31.1v so 3.11v a cell

 Later floyd
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#2
Sounds good; these seem 2600mAh cells.
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#3
yep first four I tested
cell1=2605
cell2=2580
cell3=2630
cell4=2613
need to buy some more!

Later floyd
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#4
How hard are they to process down?
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#5
Once I figured out there 8 or 9 screws holding the cells in the cell holder not hard.
I will take photos along the way on the next one I take apart completely.
The hardest part on the first battery was getting the cells out of the half shell case they are in.
The first battery took me about 1 hour. course it was 10 pm and I had been up since 4 am. Brain power wasn't the best.

I am a little concerned about the battery on the end, I thought it was glue at first glance now i am not so sure.
The first battery I dismatled had the white stuff on it too, and some of the cells I have tested from the first battery had the whilte stuff on them.
and the first 4:
2605mAh
2580mAh
2630mAh
2613mAh
Not bad since they are 2600 mAh cells
 later floyd
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#6
The batteries are moderately hard to dissemble. Some is just snipping battery tabs off and other is Huh what were they thinking. First battery had two sided connectors to hold each 4 cell group to the next group, the second Battery had a metal bar in the center.
voltage reading of battery

thought this rod in center of battery pack was aluminum  but it sticks to magnets how I didn't mess up my cable cutter to much.

later
floyd
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#7
That white stuff is just glue or anti-vibration stuff in my opinion
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#8
Thanks
later
floyd
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#9
I like the results from the new opuses
new opus BT-C3400's


although helps when you have good cells. Old opus is probably closer to the truth. These cells are 2600 mAh when new.
Old BT-C3400 with fan mod


later Floyd
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#10
You do not have to cut the rod. There is one phillips screw on the end of it. Remove it and slide the batteries. Have dissasambled many of these though with different cells, EVE 18650/26V.
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