Published on 29-Apr-2016

this intractable will show you how you could re-use laptop batteries as battery bank.

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Where did you find the battery case? Thanks.
<p>you can find many of them online. i got mine from ebay ;)</p>
<p>Thanks, finally found them.....</p>
<p>Found a load on eBayUK, thank you. I did look before but I had obviously input the wrong search term :( I entered in exactly as you describe and this time loads were flagged up. I did notice that you need to be careful as there are 6 cell cases as well as 5 cell cases. No doubt the 5 cell will still work fine but perhaps not quite for as long without needing a recharge. Thank you.</p>
<p>I meant to add. A couple of months ago I purchased a replacement battery for my laptop. It was DOA :( The seller (eBay vendor) refunded me in full but told me to keep the battery and dispose of it as I wish. I nearly put it in the recycling... I am glad I didn't now because I shall take the outer casing off and find out just why it wouldn't charge. It may just have been a loose wire or duff cell. Hopefully the majority of the cells will be ok and I can then use them in this Instructable.</p>
<p>I agree with 'mikg', where do you get one of these battery cases. It's a great Instructable but useless without more information :( </p>
<p>already reply below</p><p><a href="https://www.instructables.com/files/deriv/F4U/0PSU/INOTWG4X/F4U0PSUINOTWG4X.MEDIUM.jpg" rel="nofollow">https://www.instructables.com/files/deriv/F4U/0PSU/...</a></p>
<p>Ah, thank you :) The reply was not there when I read this Instructable :) I'll check out eBay here in the UK.</p>

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