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i tried many times to change battery slot and i tried different cells too but result is same, why u didnt understand me mate. It still gives me a same error Check Battery or Imbalanced Battery after a while the dna mod is close itself and after open only replace battery slot, i dont think its cause on cells


We are trying to help so please help us help you....  

giz_60 asked you to check the box for cell 1 and cell 2 and do a screenshot while firing.  This will let us look at the battery sag of each battery while firing.

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Here is the new video, checked the box of cells
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The voltage for cell 2 is all over the place, even when not firing, if you look at cell 1, it stays fairly even both when firing & when not firing...you either have a weak cell...battery contacts in the device need to be cleaned (with iso alcohol) or there is a connection issue between the battery sled & the board...
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Is that an attitude I detect, or is it a translation issue?
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i tried many times to change battery slot and i tried different cells too but result is same, why u didnt understand me mate. It still gives me a same error Check Battery or Imbalanced Battery after a while the dna mod is close itself and after open only replace battery slot, i dont think its cause on cells


No more thinking.  Just answer what we need to know so we can rule things out... 

Are the batteries that you are using the EXACT same manufacturer, type, and have only ever been used and charged as a pair

Yes or No. 

This is a known good, mated set of batteries.  If not, then it is going to be impossible to rule out the batteries themselves until you put a NEW, matched set of batteries of good quality in the device.  The DNA is a smart smart little chip.  It knows when things aren't right.  


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