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Battery 6F22 OKcell JRGK 800mAh 9V USB in Li-Ion version with built-in converter

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  • #32
    CMS
    Administrator of HydePark
    I added new information about the dispute at the end of the first post.
  • #33
    dprzyb
    Level 15  
    I took a chance and ordered this battery.
    He arrived 2 days ago. Unfortunately out of order.
    When connected to charging, it shows the full capacity almost immediately (all 3 LEDs are on) and the voltage at the terminals is 9.4V.
    After disconnecting the cable, the voltage drops to 0V in 3-4 seconds :cry:

    I have never made a dispute on Ali before. Question - should I first confirm receipt of the package and then set up a dispute or set it up right away?
  • #34
    CMS
    Administrator of HydePark
    dprzyb wrote:
    After disconnecting the cable, the voltage drops to 0V in line


    What's on the other end of that cable?
  • #35
    dprzyb
    Level 15  
    CMS wrote:
    What's on the other end of that cable?

    At the other end of the cable is a USB charger :)
  • #36
    CMS
    Administrator of HydePark
    It's no wonder it doesn't work. Current consumption too high.
  • #37
    dprzyb
    Level 15  
    I don't think we understand each other.
    I connect the charger with a micro-USB cable to the battery to charge it. The charge indicator shows that the battery is full and there is 9.4V on its terminals. And now, when I disconnect the micro-USB cable from the battery, I can see on the meter how the voltage drops to 0V.
    Aku is not burdened with anything. Well, maybe except the meter :cunning:
  • #38
    CMS
    Administrator of HydePark
    Well, we didn't really understand each other. Looks like an internal short circuit.
  • #39
    piterek-23
    Level 33  
    And does this "battery" need some load for it to work?
  • #40
    dprzyb
    Level 15  
    Probably not. I put it in the pyrometer and it didn't work ...

    Tell me, colleagues, what to do with this dispute - to put it on before or after confirming receipt of the parcel?
  • #41
    CMS
    Administrator of HydePark
    Set up a dispute up to 6 days before the seller's protection date.
    Better to open a dispute before confirming the goods you've received.
  • #42
    dprzyb
    Level 15  
    Thanks for the advice.

    I have one last question - in my case should I choose "Refund Only" or "Return Goods"?