I would like to know how to charge the internal battery. I picked it up at a sale and it did'nt come with any cords. on the back of the unit is a circuit breaker reset button and a male plug that a exstension cord can be plugged into. when i plug the other end of cord into outlet the unit makes a buzzing alarm sounds and the unit indicates charged with a green light. when I press the button for internal battery status the alarm continues to sound and status shows half charge. Is this how the internal battery is charged?
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It sounds like your phone is dialing internationally for all calls since your phone is intended for a region other than that which you are using it in.
To use it with AT&T you will need the subsidy unlock code from the service provider the phone was originally intended for.
Then you'd have to go through the settings to turn off international dialing so it treats dialing as local dialing. I would probably also call your service provider to block international dialing if you are not wanting any unless you specifically enable it before a trip.
Isn't that the power cord for a Coleman 40 qt Powerchill Thermoelectric Cooler? Without the proper equipment, you take a chance of over-charging and blowing up your battery as it would be a direct current with nothing to regulate it and no needles to let you know how much of a charge it has. Why not catch a ride down to AutoZone and buy a NOCO/180 mAh 12 Volt solar battery charger (that's right, solar power charger) for less than $25? It comes with 8' of cable and suction cups to mount it on the car while it charges with sun light. Neat little things for sure. I own two.
Not recommended. The case would have to be modified to accommodate more cells, the circuit board inside the battery casing may not function properly, and unless you have a commercial dual pulse welder working with Li-ion could ignite. Save time and money and pick up an extended battery such as this one : http://tinyurl.com/pxcpqv9
If you had that much of a problem then you may be dealing with damaged parts from the overload and even damaged ciruitboards from the acid. Yes you could possibly fix it but you are talking about a few hours of
playing around and you need the proper equipment ie meters, a scope, and
a soldering station. Some of these are simple inside but the better ones can be quite
complicated if they monitor things during the charge cycle.
These are not that expensive. Find a sale and replace it. Think of it this way if you paid yourself minimum wage for a couple of hours is that close to what a new one costs?
Unfortunately, a Jump Starting Unit which no longer takes a charge usually means the internal batteries had gone bad. On some charging units, the replacement batteries are available through the manufacturer, but more times than not, it's less expensive to replace the Jump Starting Unit.
Fault CodesMeaning of Fault CodeF01Internal Shorted Cell Battery - Cannot be charged. Have battery checked by certified auto service center.
Excessive Load on Battery While Charging - Check load.
F02Bad Battery Connection - Check battery connection.
Battery Voltage Tool Low to Accept Charge - Have battery checked by certified auto service repair.
F03Internal Open Cell - Have battery checked by certified auto service center.
Sulfated Condition - Battery needs to be reconditioned. See manual.
F04Overtime Condition - Battery will not accept a charge after 18 hours of continous charging. Battery may have internal damage. Have battery checked by certified auto center.
Battery Charge Rate is Set Too Low - Set charger to higher charge rate. See manual.
F05Overheated Condition - Disconnect charger and allow to cool for 30 minutes. Check for ample ventilation.
F06Reverse PolarityF07Alternator Output is Out of Typical Operation Range
Operation CodesI=I=I=IBattery Reconditioning - (The letters DES will display for the first three seconds)
I-I-I-IAlternator Voltage CheckOOOCharger StandbyFULBattery Fully Charged