repairing lithium battery pack

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jimltz
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I have a lithium battery pack for my bicycle that I suspect has a discharged cell preventing the pack from being fully recharged. Does anyone know of a company that will diagnose and repair a lithium battery pack? The local Batteries Plus won't work on any lithium packs. No one else seems to want to touch it.

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IBScootn
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Re: repairing lithium battery pack

You might also post your question at: http://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewforum.php?f=14&sid=5052bc55d6b37401036a306aa2c2571f

It might be helpful to mention more about your battery pack: make, voltage, capacity, lithium type, etc.

Too bad you aren't in Denver, as I'd help you out.

For local repair services, check some of these ideas: RC modelers groups, EV converter shops, and e-bike shops.

The folks over on endless sphere are the type that like to build their own packs so somebody should be able to help you. They also have a section for "items wanted" where you might ask for someone to rebuild your pack.

Cheers

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martinwinlow
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Re: repairing lithium battery pack

And you live...? It's a big old world!

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rockyromero
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Re: repairing lithium battery pack

jimltz wrote:

No one else seems to want to touch it.

I'm having the same experience. I called around here in Chicago and no one knows of a place that works on Lithion batteries.

Any luck?

IBScootn
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Re: repairing lithium battery pack

Go out on to www.endless-sphere.com, go into the battery tech forum, then mention you need help from someone in the Chicago area on your battery pack. Make sure to specific type of batteries, voltage, and AH capacity.

Good luck

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Motorcycles:
2011 ZEV Trail 7100, 84V, 60AH, 75+mph, Cycle Analyst, TNC throttle, modified charger. 800 miles so far.
2010 ZEV 6100, 72V, 40AH, 60+mph; Cycle Analyst, LED head lights, 3 Cell Log interfaces, TNC throttle and faster charger added. 8100 miles so far.

Big EV Grin. :)

rockyromero
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Re: repairing lithium battery pack

IBScootn wrote:

Go out on to www.endless-sphere.com, go into the battery tech forum, then mention you need help from someone in the Chicago area.

Thank you for this thought and it gives me hope in connecting with someone that can help me or share their knowledge with me.

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