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Default Making 3xAAA holder a 2xAAA holder ?

Sorry. Trust me I searched so don't flame mW like an @$$hole.

I probably searched with the wrong words or dont know what to call it but I can't figure it out.

I just want to take a 3xAAA holder and make it accept 2x10440's for a jib driver

Thanks for any help!


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Default Re: Making 3xAAA holder a 2xAAA holder ?

If I understand right, you will need to move the + wire and put it at the top on the second cell marked with a purple + in the pic
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Default Re: Making 3xAAA holder a 2xAAA holder ?

Yeah.... or jump one cell holder with a bolt the same length
as a battery... (that was an idea I got from Daguin)


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Default Re: Making 3xAAA holder a 2xAAA holder ?

What Jerry said would work fine. Before I had a bench supply I'd put 3x10440s in a 4 battery holder to give me ~12v and just jumper one of the middle slots. (on that particular holder you had to jumper one of the middle slots due to the way it was wired.)

I thought every idiot knew that?


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