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Nevo Q50 factory battery available
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Post 1 made on Wednesday October 26, 2011 at 18:31
RemoteQuest
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Hi all,

I have had several emails from Nevo Q50 owners here, asking if I had replacement batteries.

I have just added the original factory battery to our website at http://www.Prontowizard.com

For now, I have a small supply on hand. I will try and increase stock if there are sufficient orders.

These are factory original batteries (which are impossible to find) and are ready to plug in, no modifications required. We ship world-wide.

The battery purchase includes an instant .pdf download of our custom illustrated installation instructions which are quite significant as the unit requires dissasembly to change the battery.

Drop me an email if you have questions or any trouble with ordering since it is a newly-added product at our site.

Thx Dave
dave at remotequest dot com
Post 2 made on Thursday October 27, 2011 at 02:43
ritchief
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Hi Dave,

Do you do a battery for the Nevo S70 ??

Rich.
OP | Post 3 made on Thursday October 27, 2011 at 20:43
RemoteQuest
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Hi Rich,

I do not at this time. UEI does not have anymore. I am trying to source elsewhere.

Dave
RemoteQuest
OP | Post 4 made on Wednesday December 21, 2011 at 00:22
RemoteQuest
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We should have the Nevo S70 battery very soon.

Dave
ProntoWizard.com

Last edited by RemoteQuest on December 21, 2011 00:30.
Post 5 made on Saturday February 4, 2012 at 23:25
rbhfan
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Do you still have Q50 batteries available and if you do could you pm me a cost? I have a few clients one of them with 3 in his house. Just about every other one I had on the field the battery has crapped out about 1 month after the 1 year warranty. When I called Nevo and asked they said they don't carry parts anymore just whole refurb remotes. I asked for a potential parts supplier that might carry the battery and the guy said "well they were built in China so I might start looking there" great help these guys are.
One thing I have learned in this industry. It is easier to pull a wire than it is to push one.
Post 6 made on Sunday February 5, 2012 at 15:39
Korey
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Got mine on Ebay: [Link: ebay.com]
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Post 7 made on Tuesday February 7, 2012 at 16:50
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On February 5, 2012 at 15:39, Korey said...
Got mine on Ebay: [Link: ebay.com]

I found a thread on another site with a pretty detailed explanation of changing this battery and mentioned soldering something from the old battery onto the new battery but the one in that post didn't have the pigtail on it already. was there any soldering involved with replacing your q50 battery or was it just pulling the remote apart and replacing?
One thing I have learned in this industry. It is easier to pull a wire than it is to push one.
OP | Post 8 made on Thursday February 23, 2012 at 01:11
RemoteQuest
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The battery at ProntoWizard does not require any soldering. It is a factory-complete battery. Plus opening the Q50 is no easy feat and you can easily break the roller on the right side without being very careful. We include a three-page, custom illustrated instructions when you buy our battery.

In stock and ready to ship.

Dave
ProntoWizard.com
Post 9 made on Monday March 12, 2012 at 15:46
Korey
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On February 7, 2012 at 16:50, rbhfan said...
I found a thread on another site with a pretty detailed explanation of changing this battery and mentioned soldering something from the old battery onto the new battery but the one in that post didn't have the pigtail on it already. was there any soldering involved with replacing your q50 battery or was it just pulling the remote apart and replacing?

Nothing to solder, just plug it in.
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Korey
Post 10 made on Monday November 24, 2014 at 17:16
timtruro
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Found a Q50 replacement through Amazon, the company was BatteriesInAFlash.com. 2 batteries for about $24. Free shipping. After reading the instructions here on how to replace the battery, I'm back in business, the old battery was about 5 years old and wouldn't hold a charge. Now I have a new one and a backup. The Nevo Q50 was priced at $600 when I bought it, so I'm thrilled with this low cost solution for replacing the battery. Just in time for tonight's football game!!
timtruro


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