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Re: videocam charging and keeping moisture out
The internal charger in the camcorder has sensors to prevent overcharging. Be sure to use an original JVC battery, as there is also a sensor in the battery to prevent overcharging and the inexpensive replacement batteries will not have the same sensor (some have NO sensor at all!)., In terms of keeping moisture out, avoid going from an extremely cold environment to a hot one, or vice versa as this can cause condensation to form in the camcorder. If you are taking the camcorder to a place where it might get wet, say the beach or out in the rain, place the camcorder in a ziploc bag to protect it. Be sure to rate this solution. Thanks!
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Hi Lisa, thank you for your
post! New freezers retain colder temperatures. Especially on hot humid days,
moisture entering the freezer (when the door is opened) can form frost inside
the appliance and moisture collection inside the unit. Reducing energy use to
meet government requirements, defrost heaters have shorter run times. Light
loads in the freezer also contribute to the problem.
Here are some tips to keep
moisture low in the freezer:
your air conditioner to reduce humidity.
shelving and food items so air circulates.
"overload" or leave the freezer empty. It should be at least half
the controls as recommended in the use and care guide. Manufacturers may
suggest different settings for summer and winter.
seal liquids and high moisture foods stored in the unit.
the freezer doors as few times as possible.
condenser coils at least twice a year. Check your use and care manual for
specific procedures. You'll save energy, too.
pots and pans and use the range hood fan when cooking to reduce moisture in the
Check and maintain door
gaskets. A good door seal keeps warm moist air out of the freezer.
These tips will help control
frost and moisture in your freezer, but won't always eliminate the problem,
especially when humidity is excessive. If you have taken all necessary steps to
prevent moisture and humidity, you may need to reach out to a professional for
I have some tips to keep your laptop battery live longer 1.don't undercharging and overcharging,laptops battery can reach 100 degress Fahrenheit and such heat can damage your battery. slowly but sure 2.ideally,you should try to keep your battery charged from 20 percent to 80 percent. i know it's inconvenient to unplug the charger before it reach 100 percent,but try to keep it charged near 80 percent 3.try to charge your battery constanly,and unplug it when you think its almost fully charged,overcharged can heat your battery and damage it 4.keep your laptop as cool as possible,don't try to charge the battery when the computer is turned on,even if the battery is going to 0 and you still need to use it,just shut down the laptop first and charge it,at least until the battery is charged 20%,unplug the charger and turn it on
Well,there are many other tips to keep your battery alive,but i only have those 4,thanks for using fixya and good luck with the tree-planting project,i love environment very much
It depends on the charger taht comes with this drill, the dumb charger will just keep on charging the batteries even when it if fully charge and does not sop, which will be bad for the batteries, the smart charger (more expensive and has electronics inside the charger) will go into floating charge when the batteries are fully charge which will prevent the batteries from being overcharged. If in doubt, remove it from the charger after overnight charging.
I hope the battery is not old. If so then replace it.
I also hope that you have not been keeping the battery most of the time as overcharging reduces the life of the battery and thus dead.
Open the back cover and clean the battery terminals on the Battery and the cell phone as moisture or dirt can cause this.
If all this does not help then you have to show it to one of the technicians.
The battery may not be holding charge. If you drained your battery a few times because of a bad alternator, it is possible to destroy the cells in the battery causing one or more of them to no longer hold a charge. Most batteries are manufactured to be cycled or completely drained 8 times. Other factors such as excessive load and age can decrease that number. You may also have a faulty voltage regulator that can result in overcharging and destroying the battery. Charge the battery on portable charger and have it tested. Also, It is possible that since most alternators are rebuilt they can be bad out of the box.
First you should probably keep your hearing aid and battery away from water.I suggest taking it out while in the shower/bath and cover your head with a hood or umbrella while out on a rainy day.If battery keeps shutting down then replace the old battery with a new one.If problem keeps accorring then maybe its time to take your hearing aid into your local hearing aid repair and let them solve the whole issue with why it keeps shutting down
This is not a straight forward question, it would depend on how often you wisg to use it. It also depends on the type of batteries you have installed. Nic Cad, Polymer, NMH. Polymer don't need charging often because they have good holding power for months. The cadmium and NMH types need a regular charge, for instance at least a top up onjce a month to keep them live. If you dont use the camera much remove the batteries whjen in storage place them in a kliplock bag and place in freezer. This may be extremem but keeps the batteries alive for years.
Always before use fully charge the ewith an intelligent charger, one that stops when capacity is reached. This prevents damage from Overcharging.