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Claymore II Li-Ion battery issue!

E33et
Level 7

Good day Asus,

I've heard recently about the lithium-ion swelling battery issue, and now my beloved Claymore II is suffering this problem too with some keys that not responding, and also a half a year out of warranty, And to fix that I saw people order battery replacement, but that not so easy to find in europe region! And which specific lithium-ion battery could I replace it with if I found one!

Kind regards

/E33et

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Nate152
Moderator

Hello E33et

Would you know how or why the battery swelled?  Did you use it in wired mode all the time?

Looking over the specs, the ROG Claymore II has a 4000 mAh battery. I'm pretty sure it's 3.7v as I came across some ROG mice battery replacements which are 3.7v.

This could work, but I'm not sure about the size and connector type.

Amazon.com: Liter energybattery 3.7V Lipo Battery 4000mAh Rechargeable Lithium ion Polymer Battery 4...

 

 

 

Hello Nate152, Yeah I've almost used it wired mode all about 3 year, I've already found a new matched Li-battery "Original Battery C11P1707 for Asus Zenfone Max m1 ZB555KL" that is same specs as the original!

@Nate152 wrote:

Hello E33et

Would you know how or why the battery swelled?  Did you use it in wired mode all the time?

Looking over the specs, the ROG Claymore II has a 4000 mAh battery. I'm pretty sure it's 3.7v as I came across some ROG mice battery replacements which are 3.7v.

This could work, but I'm not sure about the size and connector type.

Amazon.com: Liter energybattery 3.7V Lipo Battery 4000mAh Rechargeable Lithium ion Polymer Battery 4...

Nate152
Moderator

Very good then.

Have you removed the swelled battery to check the dimensions and if it's the same connector type?

I'd do this before placing an order.