Just did a cleaning on my Ps2 and it worked so far.But I noticed the lithium battery was laying in the expansion pack slot.Dont know where it came from or where it goes.Its on my Ps2 I take with me places,not my actual home system I use.Question is,Can I use it without that battery in it,is it just to keep the time?
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Hi, I have a Dyson DC56 with a lithium battery for about 18 months and I leave it plugged into it's charger when not in use. I do notice the Dyson charger seems to switch off automatically when charged. I don't have any problems so far. It you have a Genuine Dyson Lithium battery and the genuine Dyson charger it should not be a problem. That is because Lithium batteries have very precise requirements for their charging cycles and therefore the correctly designed charger required to make them work safely is a somewhat intelligent design and needs to be of good quality in having to meet those requirements. So use the original Dyson Charger. Also most high current Lithium Batteries will also have a protection circuit built in further increasing safety and reliability. Just don't use cheap cloned Chinese made Lithium chargers, because you will never know if they have been designed or even will operate correctly.
Now if you have old technology Ni Cad (Nickel Cadmium), LA (Lead acid) or NiMH batteries with basic cheap chargers they should not really be left connected to a charger full time.
There are a couple schools of thought on this subject. I work at a battery store and usually tell customers that they will get more cycles out of their battery if they only drain it to about half and then recharge. In my opinion you're doing the best thing for your battery. Lithium Ion batteries dont like heat and they shouldn't be drained all the way down.
Well it could be that the console is dirty and needs to be cleaned out. To open up an N64 console you need a 4.5mm bit game tool and compressed air cans thats how i clean my consoles out. Or the expansion pack might be doing this so try cleaning out the expansion pack and the slot that it goes into with qutips and rubbing alcohol and clean out the cartiages too and clean out the cartage slot with qutips and rubbing alcohol. Well the worst case is that there is something internally wrong with your console.
Rebuilding the Lithium batteries is a waste of time and money. For starters the cells cost a minimum of $5 ea and a low power pack takes 5, so now you are in for $25 without doing any work. You can pick up packs on eBay for around $30 - $40 if you shop around. If you know what you are doing, you can strip cells from bad packs and test them to find good ones and then rebuild with those. It can be tricky and you may get mixed results.
I think the Che-ez brand went out of business a few years ago and there is no hope to buy a replacement battery from the market. This solution only works if you have the original Li-Ion battery with you, as the plastic frame is needed to re-build it. Strip the outside labels on the non-working battery by hand to expose the battery cell pack and the overcharge protection PCB (circuit board). With extreme care, unsolder both off the plastic frame from the inner side of the battery's electrical contacts. Go on ebay and buy a generic Li-Polymer cell pack (search "Lithium Polymer Battery 3.7V 380mAh for MP3 MP4 SAT NAV"). Again with extreme care solder the two wires sticking out of the new battery pack back into where the old cell pack came off (check polarity carefully). It is a bit oversized but it will still go into the battery slot without much problem. If you have done even right, you should now have a working camera again.
Yes & No, Its still available to lay but someone else would want to be playing it also, But the truth of the matter is, Probably not, Sony has a clause that says with 90 days notice they will and can terminate a games online service, Since they now have the Sony network older ps2 games wont always work anymore.
have you tried cleaning the game.which expansion pack? have you added a red one? It will not work without any expansion pack at all. try cleaning the contacts of the expansion pack and the games, with alcohol and water mixed 1 to 1.