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    High Temperature reading in cell

    My Board was burned. Performed the soldering fix as described on nocellpower.com. I am now getting power and readings but cell temperature of 152 degrees. So it won't run. I plugged in my old cell (this one is only a few months old) and I get normal temperature readings but it doesn't generate any more. Is the cell bad? Could the soldering have caused this?? Any ideas welcome.
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    Rogerxcohn

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    Re: High Temperature reading in cell

    You most likely have a bad sensor. I'd check the connection on the board first though.
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    Re: High Temperature reading in cell

    Thanks. I think the connection is OK on board since I am getting other readings now and no "no power" message. But the sensor? Is that in the turbo cell? I checked turbo cell at Leslie's yesterday and they said it came up "fault". So must be the cell.
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    Re: High Temperature reading in cell

    There is a temperature sensor in the cell that tends to go bad. If the cell is only a few months old, then it should still be under factory warranty.
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    Re: High Temperature reading in cell

    Thanks. I'll return it

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    Re: High Temperature reading in cell

    Update; I did the soldering fix (no cell power.com) and returned the faulty t cell from CompuPool. Installed a new one under warranty and everything is working fine now. Thanks for all your help and advice. Saved me a ton ($600) of money!

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