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So this is pretty tetchy question about laptop batteries that I have.
I want to replace the batteries in my 6 cell battery pack, but on the battery pack itself it says that the volts is 11.25 volts.
I know I should replace the batteries with 3.7volts but 3.7 x 3 = 11.1 volts.
I'm kinda lost with this and need some help. Thanks for your time!
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If you measure the voltage with a multimeter it will show even more voltage than 11.5

Lithium rechargeable batteries have standard voltage of 3,7 it's the current they give when they work bt have peak voltage of 4.05.

What you need to think of is the name of the batterie (most possibly they are 18650s) and the connection 2 parallel and all 3 couples in a row , I don't know if I make much sense but its like that. Also 18650 they come secured and non secured ... I hope I helped


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