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Bet You'll go to your Kitchen Junk Drawer after this one!


R W Burgess

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I think the most useful part of this video is that it demonstrates why you should NOT use a low-impedance voltmeter. A high impedance voltmeter (or even better, a test light) would have picked the bad battery.

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Well, the wife's computer mouse battery "gave up the ghost" a few minutes ago. Just before throwing it away, I dropped it, bottom end first, on the counter top. It bounced twice and fell over.

For kicks, I did the same thing to the replacement battery. It hit the counter top with a thud, and stayed upright! :eek:

I'm just saying....:cool:

PS: Oh, and she's happy that the replacement battery works too. A happy and "quiet" wife makes for a happy home.;)

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