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MLC,

The advice you've gotten on your other thread looks sound to me. I would add that I always remove the batteries from anything I'm not using on a regular basis, just to avoid the problem you've had. As I'm sure you know now, it's way easier to pop the batteries back into the box than it is to scrape the mess out.
 

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MLC,

The advice you've gotten on your other thread looks sound to me. I would add that I always remove the batteries from anything I'm not using on a regular basis, just to avoid the problem you've had. As I'm sure you know now, it's way easier to pop the batteries back into the box than it is to scrape the mess out.
Thanks and definitely lesson learned. Unfortunately I think my first wiring job wasn't so great and FXSHOP is probably right that it caused the batteries to overheat and go boom.

Well now I know what NOT to do whenever I build my next kit right?
 

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Well now I know what NOT to do whenever I build my next kit right?
I can't argue with VoodooFX! But even a negative can still be instructive. And fortunately it doesn't sound like the batteries destroyed the model.


Think how much better your next project will be! :thumbsup:
 
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