How did you reprogram the chip inside? That is what tells the batteries how old they are and how much charge to take. I have rebuilt several CF-28 batteries to no avail... You must be able to reprogram them or the new batteries are wasted. The only way that I know around this would be to replace the batteries when the battery pack is new and replace with a higher capacity battery.
I am not doubting you but that certainly is a novel thing for a battery to have. Why would they have to program obsolescence into the battery? I mean isn't this reduction the the ability to hold a charge is a natural byproduct of a battery aging?
I ask because I really want to know.
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