Home Forums General Karting Discussion Fixing an AMB 260 Transponder

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    • #4206
      Todd Renaud
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      My AMB 260 won’t hold a charge anymore. I understand that it doesn’t make sense to repair them financially vs just getting another one. However, are these truly repairable? What about self-repair?

    • #4335
      Carl Beavers
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      FOUND THIS ON YOUTUBE: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ZXUOUzy-J0

      Worth a try and costs very little.

    • #4366
      Chad Landers
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      Todd, Yes you can replace the batteries. That youtube link is a pretty good overview on how to replace the battery. I’ve replaced my old style tx batteries. There are 3 batteries on the old style tx. Mine has been working fine for the past 3 years.

    • #4423
      Todd Renaud
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      Thanks for the video tip. Don’t quite know how hot/long to place it in the stove?

    • #4504
      Todd Renaud
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      Anyone used Acetone to get the foam out vs. carving out in the video?

    • #4522
      Chuck Morgan
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      on the old style I carefully  use a dremel tool … I’m sure there is a thread on the old forum

    • #4672
      Michael Taksa
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      There are multiple threads on the eknclassic forums, it has been done successfully, if the search still works you will find them

    • #4989
      Bob Francis
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      I sent you a PM on this topic.

    • #13975
      Joe Cook
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      can anyone till me what battery to install in the old style transponder

    • #13983
      Chad Landers
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      Go to this thread on Badger Kart Club. I have some information on there.

      http://badgerkartclub.com/db/index.php?topic=2695.0

      There is also a thread on the ekarting classic form. Search my name on there if you can.

      If you need more help just let me know.

      Chad

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