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    low voltage

    i have a 1600mah 11.1v that i'm trying to bring back from low voltage warning on my e0606i ad. What do I need to do?
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    RE: low voltage

    Please contact the manufacturer of the Battery and ask them their recommendation. I cannot give advise on other companies batteries. Sorry.

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    RE: low voltage

    Okay... thats reasonable. Let me refraise the question. I've got a used Max-Amps 2200mah 11.1v lipo that I tried to charge on a Hyperion E0606i, but I got a low voltage warning. What should I do?
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    RE: low voltage

    I'm sorry but knowing your in fact trying to bring back another companies pack I can't comment. I suggest you contact them for help on this.

    Thanks for understanding.

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    RE: low voltage

    Thanks anyway! I appreciate the honesty and respect you for it. Would you happen to know who manufactures "Loong Max" lipo batteries? (yes that is the correct spelling)
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    RE: low voltage

    Sorry I don't know who makes them. I would start with a retailer that sells that brand. And thanks for understanding.

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