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02-05-18

Deze versie is geschreven door: jayeff , 02-05-18

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 Hi @mikeadams , If you can't find the correct replacement battery try the following to hopefully find a compatible battery for the speaker: Measure the dimensions of the battery in mm (millimetres), i.e Height (depth) and Width and Length Then write the results as in the following example, H = 5mm , W = 60mm, L = 85mm , the resultant figure is 506085. The first 2 digits are the height and the ''convention for battery sizing is that there is a decimal point between them, not shown''. The next 2 digits are the width and the last 2 are the length, all in mm. Obviously if the battery has a measurement longer than 99mm then it is three digits. The first 2 digits are the height and the ''convention for battery sizing is that there is a decimal point between them, not shown''. The next 2 digits are the width and the last 2 are the length, all in mm. Obviously if the battery has a measurement longer than 99mm then it is three digits. Once you have the number search online for a ''3.7V 600mAH (insert number) LiPo battery'' and check the results. If there are none go for one that is as close to (just under) the measurements as possible especially with regard to the height. Getting a battery which has the same (or just under) dimensions as the original will ensure that it will physically fit into the speaker Ensure that the voltage rating of 3.7V is the same. The capacity (mAH) doesn't matter if it is greater as this means that the speaker will stay on for longer, but it also means that it will take longer to charge. Hopefully this makes sense and is of some help

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02-05-18

Bewerkt door: jayeff , 02-05-18

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 Hi @mikeadams , If you can't find the correct replacement battery try the following to hopefully find a compatible battery for the speaker: Measure the H x W x Ldimensions of the battery inin mm (millimetres).millimetres), i.e Height (depth) and Width and Length Measure the H x W x Ldimensions of the battery inin mm (millimetres).millimetres), i.e Height (depth) and Width and Length Then write the results as in the following example, H = 5mm , W = 60mm, L = 85mm , the resultant figure is 506085. The first 2 digits are the height and the ''convention is that there is a decimal point between them, not shown''. The next 2 digits are the width and the last 2 are the length, all in mm. Obviously if the battery ishas a measurement longer than 99mm then it is three digits. The first 2 digits are the height and the ''convention is that there is a decimal point between them, not shown''. The next 2 digits are the width and the last 2 are the length, all in mm. Obviously if the battery ishas a measurement longer than 99mm then it is three digits. Once you have the number search online for a ''3.7V 600mAH (insert number) LiPo battery'' and check the results. If there are none go for one that is as close to (just under) the measurements as possible especially with regard to the height. Getting a battery which has the same (or just under) dimensions as the original will ensure that it will physically fit into the speaker Ensure that the voltage rating of 3.7V is the same. The capacity (mAH) doesn't matter if it is greater as this means that the speaker will stay on for longer, but it also means that it will take longer to charge. Hopefully this makes sense and is of some help

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02-05-18

Bewerkt door: jayeff , 02-05-18

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 Hi @mikeadams , If you can't find the correct replacement battery try the followingfollowing to hopefully find a compatible battery for the speaker: If you can't find the correct replacement battery try the followingfollowing to hopefully find a compatible battery for the speaker: Measure the H x W x L of the battery in mm (millimetres). Then write the results as in the following example, H = 5mm , W = 60mm, L = 85mm , the resultant figure is 506085. The first 2 digits are the height and the ''convention is that there is a decimal point between them, not shown''. The next 2 digits are the width and the last 2 are the length, all in mm. Obviously if the battery is longer than 99mm then it is three digits. Once you have the number search online for a ''3.7V 600mAH (insert number) LiPo battery'' and check the results. If there are none go for one that is as close to (just under) the measurements as possible especially with regard to the height. Getting a battery which has the same (or just under) dimensions as the original will ensure that it will physically fit into the speaker Ensure that the voltage rating of 3.7V is the same. The capacity (mAH) doesn't matter if it is greater as this means that the speaker will stay on for longer, but it also means that it will take longer to charge. Hopefully this makes sense and is of some help

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02-05-18

Bewerkt door: jayeff , 02-05-18

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 Hi @mikeadams , If you can't find athe correct replacement battery try the following: If you can't find athe correct replacement battery try the following: Measure the H x W x L of the battery in mm (millimetres). Then write the results as in the following example, H = 5mm , W = 60mm, L = 85mm , the resultant figure is 506085. The first 2 digits are the height and the ''convention is that there is a decimal point between them, not shown''. The next 2 digits are the width and the last 2 are the length, all in mm. Obviously if the battery is longer than 99mm then it is three digits. Once you have the number search online for a ''3.7V 600mAH (insert number) LiPo battery'' and check the results. If there are none go for one that is as close to (just under) the measurements as possible especially with regard to the height. Getting a battery which has the same (or just under) dimensions as the original will ensure that it will physically fit into the speaker Ensure that the voltage rating of 3.7V is the same. The capacity (mAH) doesn't matter if it is greater as this means that the speaker will stay on for longer, but it also means that it will take longer to charge. Hopefully this makes sense and is of some help

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02-05-18

Bewerkt door: jayeff , 02-05-18

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 Hi @mikeadams , If you can't find a battery try the following: Measure the H x W x L of the battery in mm (millimetres). Then write the results as in the following example, H = 5mm , W = 60mm, L = 85mm , the resultant figure is 506085. The first 2 digits are the height and the ''convention is that there is a decimal point between them, not shown''. The next 2 digits are the width and the last 2 are the length, all in mm. Obviously if the battery is longer than 99mm then it is three digits. Once you have the number search online for a ''3.7V 600mAH (insert number) LiPo battery'' and check the results. If there are none go for one that is as close to (just under) the measurements as possible especially with regard to the height. Getting a battery which has the same (or just under) dimensions as the original will ensure that it will physically fit into the speaker Ensure that the voltage rating of 3.7V is the same. The capacity (mAH) doesn't matter if it is greater as this only means that the speaker will stay on for longer, but it also means that it will take longer to charge. Ensure that the voltage rating of 3.7V is the same. The capacity (mAH) doesn't matter if it is greater as this only means that the speaker will stay on for longer, but it also means that it will take longer to charge. Hopefully this makes sense and is of some help

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02-05-18

Bewerkt door: jayeff , 02-05-18

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 Hi @mikeadams , If you can't find a battery try the following: Measure the H x W x L of the battery in mm (millimetres). Then write the results as in the following example, H = 5mm , W = 60mm, L = 85mm , the resultant figure is 506085. The first 2 digits are the height and the ''convention is that there is a decimal point between them, not shown''. The next 2 digits are the width and the last 2 are the length, all in mm. Obviously if the battery is longer than 99mm then it is three digits. Once you have the number search online for a ''3.7V 600mAH (insert number) LiPo battery'' and check the results. If there are none go for one that is as close to (just under) the measurements as possible especially with regard to the height. Getting a battery which has the same (or just under) dimensions as the original will ensure that it will physically fit into the speaker Ensure that the voltage rating of 3.7V is the same. The capacity (mAH) doesn't matter if it is greater as this only means that the speaker will stay on for longer, but it also means that it will take longer to charge. Ensure that the voltage rating of 3.7V is the same. The capacity (mAH) doesn't matter if it is greater as this only means that the speaker will stay on for longer, but it also means that it will take longer to charge. Hopefully this makes sense and is of some help

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02-05-18

Bewerkt door: jayeff , 02-05-18

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 Hi @mikeadams , If you can't find a battery try the following: Measure the H x W x L of the battery in mm (millimetres). Then write the results as in the following example, H = 5mm , W = 60mm, L = 85mm , the resultant figure is 506085. The first 2 digits are the height and the ''convention is that there is a decimal point between them, not shown''. The next 2 digits are the width and the last 2 are the length, all in mm. Obviously if the battery is longer than 100mm99mm then it is three digits. The first 2 digits are the height and the ''convention is that there is a decimal point between them, not shown''. The next 2 digits are the width and the last 2 are the length, all in mm. Obviously if the battery is longer than 100mm99mm then it is three digits. Once you have the number search online for a ''3.7V 600mAH (insert number) LiPo battery'' and check the results. If there are none go for one that is as close to (just under) the measurements as possible especially with regard to the height. Getting a battery which has the same (or just under) dimensions as the original will ensure that it will physically fit into the speaker Ensure that the voltage rating of 3.7V is the same. The capacity (mAH) doesn't matter if it is greater as this only means that the speaker will stay on longer, but it also means that it will take longer to charge. Hopefully this makes sense and is of some help

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02-05-18

Bewerkt door: jayeff , 02-05-18

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 Hi @mikeadams , If you can't find a battery try the following: Measure the H x W x L of the battery in mm (millimetres). Then write the results as in the following example, H = 5mm , W = 60mm, L = 85mm , the resultant figure is 506085. The first 2 digits are the height and the convention''convention is that ''therethere is a decimal point between them, not shown''. The next 2 digits are the width and the last 2 are the length, all in mm. Obviously if the battery is longer than 100mm then it is three digits. The first 2 digits are the height and the convention''convention is that ''therethere is a decimal point between them, not shown''. The next 2 digits are the width and the last 2 are the length, all in mm. Obviously if the battery is longer than 100mm then it is three digits. Once you have the number search online for a ''3.7V 600mAH (insert number) LiPo battery'' and check the results. If there are none go for one that is as close to (just under) the measurements as possible especially with regard to the height. Getting a battery which has the same (or just under) dimensions as the original will ensure that it will physically fit into the speaker Ensure that the voltage rating of 3.7V is the same. The capacity (mAH) doesn't matter if it is greater as this only means that the speaker will stay on longer, but it also means that it will take longer to charge. Hopefully this makes sense and is of some help

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02-05-18

Bewerkt door: jayeff , 02-05-18

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 Hi @mikeadams , If you can't find a battery try the following: Measure the H x W x L of the battery in mm (millimetres). Then write the results as in the following example, H = 5mm , W = 60mm, L = 85mm , the resultant figure is 506085. The first 2 digits are the height and the convention is that ''there is a decimal point between them, not shown''. The next 2 digits are the width and the last 2 are the length, all in mm. Obviously if the battery is longer than 100mm then it is three digits. Once you have the number search online for a ''3.7V 600mAH (insert number) LiPo battery'' and check the results. If there are none go for one that is as close to (just under) the measurements as possible especially with regard to the height. Getting closeGetting a battery which has the same (or just under) measurementsdimensions as the original will ensure that it will physically fit into the speaker Once you have the number search online for a ''3.7V 600mAH (insert number) LiPo battery'' and check the results. If there are none go for one that is as close to (just under) the measurements as possible especially with regard to the height. Getting closeGetting a battery which has the same (or just under) measurementsdimensions as the original will ensure that it will physically fit into the speaker Ensure that the voltage rating of 3.7V is the same. The capacity (mAH) doesn't matter if it is greater as this only means that the speaker will stay on longer, but it also means that it will take longer to charge. Hopefully this makes sense and is of some help

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02-05-18

Bewerkt door: jayeff , 02-05-18

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 Hi @mikeadams , If you can't find a battery try the following: Measure the H x W x L of the battery in mm (millimetres). Then write the results as in the following example, H = 5mm , W = 60mm, L = 85mm , the resultant figure is 506085. The first 2 digits are the height and the convention is that ''there is a decimal point between them, not shown''. The next 2 digits are the width and the last 2 are the length, all in mm. Obviously if the battery is longer than 100mm then it is three digits. Once you have the number search online for a ''3.7V 600mAH (insert number) LiPo battery'' and check the results. If there are none go for one that is as close to the measurements as possible especially with regard to the height. EnsureGetting close (or just under) measurements will ensure that it will physically fit into the speakerEnsure that the voltage rating of 3.7V is the same. The capacity (mAH) doesn't matter if it is greater as this only means that the speaker will stay on longer, but it also means that it will take longer to charge. Once you have the number search online for a ''3.7V 600mAH (insert number) LiPo battery'' and check the results. If there are none go for one that is as close to the measurements as possible especially with regard to the height. EnsureGetting close (or just under) measurements will ensure that it will physically fit into the speakerEnsure that the voltage rating of 3.7V is the same. The capacity (mAH) doesn't matter if it is greater as this only means that the speaker will stay on longer, but it also means that it will take longer to charge. Hopefully this makes sense and is of some help

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02-05-18

Bewerkt door: jayeff , 02-05-18

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 Hi @mikeadams , If you can't find a battery try the following: Measure the H x W x L of the battery in mm (millimetres). Then write the results as in the following example, H = 5mm , W = 60mm, L = 85mm , the resultant figure is 506085. The first 2 digits are the height in mm and the convention is that ''there is a decimal point between them, not shown''. The next 2 digits are the width and the last 2 are the length, all in mm. Obviously if the battery is longer than 100mm then it is three digits. The first 2 digits are the height in mm and the convention is that ''there is a decimal point between them, not shown''. The next 2 digits are the width and the last 2 are the length, all in mm. Obviously if the battery is longer than 100mm then it is three digits. Once you have the number search online for a ''3.7V 600mAH (insert number) LiPo battery'' and check the results. If there are none go for one that is as close to the measurements as possible especially with regard to the height. Ensure that the voltage rating of 3.7V is the same. The capacity (mAH) doesn't matter if it is greater as this only means that the speaker will stay on longer, but it also means that it will take longer to charge. Hopefully this makes sense and is of some help

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02-05-18

Bewerkt door: jayeff , 02-05-18

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 Hi @mikeadams , If you can't find a battery try the following: Measure the H x W x L of the battery in mm (millimetres). Then write the results as in the following example, H = 5mm , W = 60mm, L = 85mm , the resultant figure is 506085. The first 2 digits are the height in mm and the convention is that ''there is a decimal point between them, not shown''. The next 2 digits are the width and the last 2 are the length bothlength, all in mm. Obviously if the battery is longer than 100mm then it is three digits. The first 2 digits are the height in mm and the convention is that ''there is a decimal point between them, not shown''. The next 2 digits are the width and the last 2 are the length bothlength, all in mm. Obviously if the battery is longer than 100mm then it is three digits. Once you have the number search online for a ''3.7V 600mAH (insert number) LiPo battery'' and check the results. If there are none go for one that is as close to the measurements as possible especially with regard to the height. Ensure that the voltage rating of 3.7V is the same. The capacity (mAH) doesn't matter if it is greater as this only means that the speaker will stay on longer, but it also means that it will take longer to charge. Hopefully this makes sense and is of some help

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02-05-18

Bewerkt door: jayeff , 02-05-18

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 Hi @mikeadams , If you can't find a battery try the following: Measure the H x W x L of the battery in mm (millimetres). Then write the results as in the following example, H = 5mm , W = 60mm, L = 85mm , the resultant figure is 506085. The first 2 digits are the height in mm and the convention is that ''there is a decimal point between themthem, not shown''. The next 2 digits are the width and the last 2 are the length both in mm. Obviously if the battery is longer than 100mm then it is three digits. The first 2 digits are the height in mm and the convention is that ''there is a decimal point between themthem, not shown''. The next 2 digits are the width and the last 2 are the length both in mm. Obviously if the battery is longer than 100mm then it is three digits. Once you have the number search online for a ''3.7V 600mAH (insert number) LiPo battery'' and check the results. If there are none go for one that is as close to the measurements as possible especially with regard to the height. Ensure that the voltage rating of 3.7V is the same. The capacity (mAH) doesn't matter if it is greater as this only means that the speaker will stay on longer, but it also means that it will take longer to charge.

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02-05-18

Bewerkt door: jayeff , 02-05-18

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 HiHi @mikeadams , HiHi @mikeadams , If you can't find a battery try the following: Measure the H x W x L of the battery in mm (millimetres). Then write the results as in the following example, H = 5mm , W = 60mm, L = 85mm , the resultant figure is 506085. The first 2 digits are the height in mm and the convention is that ''there is a decimal point between them''. The next 2 digits are the width and the last 2 are the length both in mm. Obviously if the battery is longer than 100mm then it is three digits. Once you have the number search online for a ''3.7V 600mAH (insert number) LiPo battery'' and check the results. If there are none go for one that is as close to the measurements as possible especially with regard to the height. Ensure that the voltage rating of 3.7V is the same. The capacity (mAH) doesn't matter if it is greater as this only means that the speaker will stay on longer, but it also means that it will take longer to charge.

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02-05-18

Origineel bericht door: jayeff , 02-05-18

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Hi,

If you can't find a battery try the following:

Measure the H x W x L of the battery  in mm (millimetres).

Then write the results as in the following example,

H = 5mm , W = 60mm, L = 85mm , the resultant figure is 506085.

The first 2 digits are the height in mm and the convention is that ''there is a decimal point between them''. The next 2 digits are the width and the last 2 are the length both in mm. Obviously if the battery is longer than 100mm then it is three digits.

Once you have the number search online for a ''3.7V 600mAH (insert number) LiPo battery'' and check the results. If there are none go for one that is as close to the measurements as possible especially with regard to the height. Ensure that the voltage rating of 3.7V is the same. The capacity (mAH) doesn't matter if it is greater as this only means that the speaker will stay on longer, but it also means that it will take longer to charge.

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