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    Battery charge question for TX

    Hi I never turned my TX on and I charged it for 36 hours because the light on the charger didn't go out (it never did, I just stopped charging after that) and the screen shows 8.6 V or 100% if you touch it. Is anything wrong?
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    RE: Battery charge question for TX

    Wall wart chargers dont stop automatically, but they charge at a very low current so unless you leave it on there for days you wont hurt anything.
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    RE: Battery charge question for TX

    huh, the manual says the light will go out.....dang
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    RE: Battery charge question for TX


    ORIGINAL: AEROSHELDON Hi I never turned my TX on and I charged it for 36 hours because the light on the charger didn't go out (it never did, I just stopped charging after that) and the screen shows 8.6 V or 100% if you touch it. Is anything wrong?
    The charger provided is not a peak detect charger.
    Aurora A9 - Battery is not charged. Charge before first use so as not to damage battery. Battery is 1300 mAh_charge rate is 80 mAh (to minimise damage if left on to long at any time) = 19-20 hours for first full charge - please read the further details.
    Aurora A9 - 110/230 Vac charger
    Charge Plug/adaptor sizes. [Red LED does not change to Green simply dims out but charge continues same rate].
    and more under Batteries at:
    Aurora A9, Spectra Pro & Optima - FAQ & Undocumented Features - Mixes, Setups, Tips. {Individual Links often updated}

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