Freezing a Laptop Battery?

Asteroid-Man

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I've been told freezing a battery overnight, leaving it for room temperature and drying it off will actually allow the battery to recharge as much as it used to. I have a battery in my laptop with very little life left and I wanted to try this out. Does this actually work? Is there a possibility this could ruin my battery?
 
I don't A-man I thought you were the expert in this forum.....
 
I'm not exactly an Electrical Engineer or a Chemist ;)
 
It's a myth. Now if you have a hard drive issue, you can freeze the hard drive and put it back in and you may have 15 minutes to save any info before it dies again.
 
Kable's right. It's a myth. Get a new battery.

jag
 
No, no, no. You put it in the microwave at power level 4 for 210 seconds with a bowl filled with salts and baking soda.
 
No, no, no. You put it in the microwave at power level 4 for 210 seconds with a bowl filled with salts and baking soda.

You are a very, very wise man. :up:

jag
 
dear lord...
Dont be showing him how to make a bomb
 
No, no, no. You put it in the microwave at power level 4 for 210 seconds with a bowl filled with salts and baking soda.
WHAT THE HELL MAN!? You just ruined my microwave and my battery!!! :cmad:
Just kidding
 

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