How to recover a Laptop Battery Fuse 12AH3 (4 pins type)
Hi friends Can this liquid solder tin be used?
What degree of melting is suitable?
138 , 183, 217
138 would be a good choise but i prefer to use sticks, with paste it's hard to control the flow.
Using regular 60/40 is also an option, not ideal but still works if nothing else available.
@torture Thanks for your reply,according to the datasheet pins 1 and 3 are the fuses,pin 2 in center connection of the two fuses ans pin 4 is the resistor: http://www.karosium.com/2016/09/the-weird-fuses-in-laptop-batteries.html
If you like to refer to this datasheet restore the connection between pins 1 & 3 and that's it.
you forgot to add the 3 leged fuse diagrams
I don't think so. How about you search first?
How about this one?
While trying to recover, it activated and became very hot until the heater below the soldering was vanished.
It is a 3 pin fuse D6SC312A
This is before the melting:
Is it safe to recover using a 12A wire? Between 1 and 2 and also connect the middle to 3 ?