Reply 320 of 351, by Boohyaka
Kahenraz wrote on 2022-04-25, 16:33:
That's interesting. My MU50 works fine without a battery.
Interesting indeed as I thought they'd be pretty much the same inside.
This is the kind of battery I found in my MU80's, not exactly those obviously but similar style:
My MU80 had been running for years with no issue when suddenly it's started giving me a "battery low!" warning. So I opened it, discovered the soldered battery, removed it all. The unit wouldn't turn on at all.
So I soldered back a battery holder, put a fresh battery in there, and it was working again, so my assumption was that the circuit required continuity. If the MU50 also uses a similar soldered battery, that's surprising if it's different?