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Old 12-13-2012, 09:39 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by Alberich View Post
Sirmaru, thanks for prompt respone. I'm sure that's the Lithuim chemicals made bad job under this conditions. Could you please find for me lithium battery specification?
Particulary, how these batteries operating in 50F-60F temperature range?
Thank you for your assistance.
From the Kindle User Guide:

Charge the battery only in temperatures that range from 32 to 95 Fahrenheit (0 to 35 Celsius).

(Amazon.com (2010-05-26). Kindle User's Guide (Kindle Locations 2108-2109). Amazon. Kindle Edition. )

Operating temperature — 32F to 95F (0C to 35C). Storage temperature — 14F to 113F (-10C to 45C).

(Amazon.com (2010-05-26). Kindle User's Guide (Kindle Locations 2222-2223). Amazon. Kindle Edition. )

Thus, 50F to 60F should be fine for charging, operating and storage.

Just do what I told you in my last post.
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