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Check this out. I had a smc 5000 that I could'nt find for months. Well I found it today... Under the passenger seat of my car. It was swollen so bad I was scared to pick it up. The scary part is I would have never known about it if it wasn't for Hollywood video calling me for a dvd I ment to drop off last week. I forgot to drop it off and they called today. I went out to the car to find the DVD and found this instead.
 

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One reason why mine is always stored in a Lipo sack when not being used!!! :eek:


Check this out. I had a smc 5000 that I could'nt find for months. Well I found it today... Under the passenger seat of my car. It was swollen so bad I was scared to pick it up. The scary part is I would have never known about it if it wasn't for Hollywood video calling me for a dvd I ment to drop off last week. I forgot to drop it off and they called today. I went out to the car to find the DVD and found this instead.
 

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It's been HOT here on the West Coast of CA the past few days (especially for our COOL Central Coast)

We had a HUGE UGLY Exposion in my Son's GEO yesterday - scared the heck out of him as he was PARKING the CAR!



and MAN did it make a mess of the INTERIOR!!!
 

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my lipo is in my sack at all times....(not realy i just wanted to say sack)
 

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So what would be the "Proper Method" for disposing of a damaged lipo like that one?
hmm...bucket of salt water for a couple of days. Check for voltage (if none) then toss it in the garbage. They are landfill safe if properly killed off.

OR- a large metal spike in an open area or fire pit. Must post vid though if you do this!
 
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