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My battery was difficult to slide into the H contacts and the charger contacts, it took a lot of force
sometimes more that I felt comfortable with.

I put some dielectric grease on the battery contacts and it now slides in and snaps with ease.

Plus it will give it a better electrical connections.

Did this on my Phantoms with hundreds of flights without problems.
 

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My battery was difficult to slide into the H contacts and the charger contacts, it took a lot of force
sometimes more that I felt comfortable with.

I put some dielectric grease on the battery contacts and it now slides in and snaps with ease.

Plus it will give it a better electrical connections.

Did this on my Phantoms with hundreds of flights without problems.

Sounds like a good idea. Thanks!
 

Steve Carr

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I do the same. Keeps the contacts from getting oxidation and makes the slides smooth.
 
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Cable and satellite companies have used dielectric Greece for years. Works for them.
 
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The oxidation is the main reason the batteries are removed from our birds. When storing over the winter it is a good idea to remove the battery from the controller also.
 
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