How To Fix A Lithium Ion Battery Recondition Man VS Junk

today we’re going to talk about how to fix lithium ion batteries and so basically man versus junk is my series on YouTube about how to fix or repair things today we’re not going to be getting into inside a lithium battery never should you open a lithium battery they’re extremely dangerous and not only that they’re kind of like in some ways they share properties with dynamite or c4 in the fact that if you poke them wrong or get them the wrong temperature they will explode or burn very very hot hot enough to cut things cut metal it’s just they’re very very dangerous so I’m going to talk about safety today we’re going to talk about lot of things but basically we’re telling you how to recondition a lithium ion battery now the reason we’re doing that is because it actually does fix batteries at least and you get way more life out of them so what happens is what you need to fix the recondition ion battery in the first place well here’s why basically your device and your battery are lying to you okay they’re lying because they’re lying to themselves they don’t know how old your battery really is and your battery probably is worn down and damaged a little bit so let’s talk about that all right so this is your battery okay and of course it doesn’t look like that usually I mean there are lithium cells that do look like that in laptops and stuff but for the sake of this video we’re going to say that your battery in your device says that it’s dead and it really has 40 or 50 percent battery left and so what happens is that because lithium batteries are so extremely dangerous and they’re in everything pretty much and they’re not even well they might even be in your car but anyway what happens is they have a controlling device and your controlling device to keep track of how full the battery is and how much capacity how much potential it has unfortunately it gets off when you just keep charging you know a lot of experts will tell you that keeping the battery charged is good for it and it probably is how ever it seems to cause damage over time to the part the to the the remaining part of the battery and it doesn’t get used and it also throws off the charging mechanism and the device to where they can’t tell how much power is left in the battery so to recondition the battery you have to somehow get the charge from 40 percent or 50 percent down to at least 5 or 15 percent 15 would be recommended anything below that is not recommended by anybody usually it’s usually considered possibly dangerous damaging to your battery but the problem is you don’t know how full your battery is because your device is lying to you and how do you know this well that’s actually pretty simple so you buy your cell phone and whatever brand new with the battery and it tells you that the battery is supposed to last on standby with the cell phone for like 3 or 4 days maybe and you’re thinking to yourself be i right my cellphones never lasted that long well guess what you should and so what this means is if you put your phone in airplane mode you don’t turn on the screen you just leave it on it should stay on that long and it’s not doing it because the phone thinks it’s dead the battery thinks it’s dead when it’s not and so so that’s that’s how you can easily tell you know if you phone if you battery really is that or not and so what I did in my experience and we’ll go through this procedure but the most recent one I did was very interesting because once I finally got the phone to register that it was a zero one percent charge on my battery and I restarted it and did some tricks with it it then told me I had 40 percent to 37 percent charge left in the phone the battery was struggling because it’s damaged it’s old and so but we still want to run it down all the way so that we can charge it the right way reconditioning the phone fixing the phone because what happens is when you when you charge in the phone you’re essentially reversing the process of the D charging the D charging is where chemicals and things are changing in there metals moving around different stuff and with lithium there’s thin plates and so you’re reversing that process is what you’re doing and you want it when you reverse that you want to do it very slow you do not want to wrap a charge because rapid charge does damage to your devices and when you charge them with USB anything over one amp is rapid charging anything under an amp is is good for the device however you’re in a hurry you know during the day time you want to do a 2 amp charge when you’re on the road and you’re using your phone as a GPS or speedometer something you want to charge it at 2 n

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