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'[EE]: Seek references for this battery ring?'
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I am lacking on the terms to search for this battery ring that needs
replacement. The right piece in the picture is torn. It is used in a
cylinder battery holder that has threaded cap at the end.
Keystone does not have anything close, and it is not in the major
Does this part looks familiar? Any web-sites recommendation? and more
search terms I could try further?
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Your best bet is to simply repair the broken one.
A bit of copper wire soldered around the outside flange should work.
Or buy a new battery holder. It looks like a custom made part so only the
original manufacturer will have it.
Ling SM wrote:
Robert Rolf wrote:
> Your best bet is to simply repair the broken one.
> A bit of copper wire soldered around the outside flange should work.
> Or buy a new battery holder. It looks like a custom made part so only the
> original manufacturer will have it.
At least I can find more use for the battery welder <G>. I am thinking
to spot weld a nickel plate over the torn joints to strengthen the
I forgot to report back on the hobbyist's battery welder. It was from
A brief check show that the price has gone up quite a bit, and there are
better models now.
I remembered a distributor found through google had a better pricing,
and their power supply and charger was overpriced.
Other than that, it has been working quite well for low volume usage here.
Cheers, Ling SM
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