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Battery charger where is the location for battery charger plug in the watch radio model FRS22-HH

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Location to charge batteries for COLUMBIA TECH.2-way watch model # FRS22- WH is under watch band. remove the buckle side and its right there.

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Re: battery charger

Take a look at the plug on the end of the lead which comes from the charger then see if you can see a corresponding socket somewhere on the watch. You may have to remove a small plastic or rubber cover to find it or it may be behind a small door. It's got to fit somewhere, just keep looking. BMW

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On you're AC adapter unit, there should, if it's a good one, have a switch with a + & - signs indicating the polarity you require to use.

Further to this, does your radio have an AC recharge point. Some of these units don't have this capability, but in your case it may.

This is usually found on the side of the radio.

If there is no such point, then what you need is to buy rechargeable batteries with the appropriate charger, you can't just use any charger for these batteries, else you'll damage them.

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Haven't been able to locate a user guide for the multi-unit charger. However, it is pretty much plug-in-n-play. It can charge a battery inside a radio, or also accommodate a battery alone in each of 6 cups. As for replacement parts, they are not available, and you cannot purchase the multi-unit tray separate from the power supply. This is a slow rate charger and would take 10 hours to charge your batteries (or overnight). Radios/batteries should only be placed on the charger when nearly depleted. (Consider your charge a place your radios go to bed overnight.)

If you are having difficulty with charging, clean your battery contacts on the exterior of the radio and inside the charger cups with a pencil eraser.

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Similar problem, solved when dirty contacts were cleaned, look for some corrosion on either the battery pack or in the radio battery holder. Use very fine grit sand paper.

also check to see if a tab on the battery holder contact is bent inward (radio dropped perhaps)

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I have a pair of sp10 and having trouble charging them and the batteries are new and when i put them in the charger i have to turn them on for the chargeing light to come on is this normal or are the...


You do not mention if you are using a wall plug charger, or a drop-in charger. We will give troubleshooting tips for both. To answer your question: If the light comes on and stays on, on the charger your charger is good. You have a radio or battery problem.

Wall Charger:
The light on the HTN8232 wall charger should come on and stay on when plugged into the radio, with the radio turned off. The fact the light comes on when the radio is turned on indicates your batteries are either no good, too low to charge, or you have a battery contact problem.
Solutions: 1) Clean your battery contacts with a pencil eraser.
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3) Check your battery date code (three digit number on back of battery above the stop sign. First number is year, next two numbers are the week of the year. Batteries last about 2 years.)
4) Check to see your new batteries are NiCd batteries. The wall charger method is not compatible with NiMH batteries.
5) Try a charged battery from another radio and see if the charger light comes on and stays on with a different battery.

Drop-In Charger:
If you are using a drop-in charger, you would be using the above listed HTN8232 wall plug charger plugged into the tray. Here are some possible solutions for the drop-in charger:
1) Clean the exterior battery contacts with a pencil eraser.
2) Check to see if the wall charger will work when plugged directly into the radio.
3) If the charge capability of the radio seems compromised, take the battery out of the radio and charge it alone in the drop-in charger.

NOTE: Do not use the PTT if you are turn on the radio when plugged into the charger. This will burn out components in your radio.

The SP10 radio is known to be a repairable radio. (Generally around $69 flat rate.)

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Interstate Batteries has the BEST price I could find, although when we bought the HH-300, I sent it to SiTex for a new battery AND a tune-up which cost around $100.
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Columbia Telecommunications Group 2-way watch - battery needed


A close but not a perfect match....

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***Brand New Original Pair Battery For FreeWalker RD-810, RD-820, RD-008, RD-820***
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* Color: black
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* Weight: 0.015Kg
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I'm still looking for the manual (?).. it's more of a pamplet as I recall.

The battery charger is...
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Specs are:

120 V AC 60 Hz to 7.5 /v 200ma

If you can't find the right adapter, you can probably get one of the universal adapters that will work.

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