Replacement Battery for DJI Phantom 3/4 Remote Controller 6000mAh 7.4V

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Replacement Battery for DJI Phantom 3/4 Remote Controller 6000mAh 7.4V. Condition is New. $50.00 plus Free Shipping to USA via USPS Parcel Select.

A known issue for DJI Phantom 3 & 4 remote controllers is failure of the battery to charge after 2-3 years of use. Two common reasons are fault in a battery cell, or failure of a main board connection. In the case of battery failure, installation of a new replacement battery is within the ability of most users. Several YouTube videos provide instructions, including this:

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I assume you had to do this. Helpful 👍. Many fight hard to save a dead battery when replacement is quite simple.
 
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Replacement Battery for DJI Phantom 3/4 Remote Controller 6000mAh 7.4V. Condition is New. $50.00 plus Free Shipping to USA via USPS Parcel Select.

A known issue for DJI Phantom 3 & 4 remote controllers is failure of the battery to charge after 2-3 years of use. Two common reasons are fault in a battery cell, or failure of a main board connection. In the case of battery failure, installation of a new replacement battery is within the ability of most users. Several YouTube videos provide instructions, including this:

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Good share! I haven't had issues yet but good to know. Thanks!
 
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I assume you had to do this. Helpful 👍. Many fight hard to save a dead battery when replacement is quite simple.
Yes, I did. It's not difficult but takes a little patience and care because you're working with tiny parts in tiny spaces.

Replaced the battery, then discovered it was a main board problem, not the battery -- so pulled it back out and now I'm selling it.
 
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Yes, I did. It's not difficult but takes a little patience and care because you're working with tiny parts in tiny spaces.

Replaced the battery, then discovered it was a main board problem, not the battery -- so pulled it back out and now I'm selling it.
Oh, no. Not the ending I was hoping for. Any thoughts on how replacing the mother board goes?
 

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