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Why there are three wires in battery of Ton Tom one

My TT One have the usb internal connection broken
I want power the tt using on DC 3.7 volt on ion battery directly
but the battery have THREE wires and i dont know all voltages on all wires (black, red yellow)

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  • riky_none Jul 22, 2009

    the battery is low and i know only the voltage of battery 3.7 Volt

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You can get a multi meter from an electronic story really cheap.
It will tell you the voltage and the polarity of the battery connectors.

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