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Have 5 batt-2p batteries 7.2 volt for a pvs166w

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  • bobnewton Dec 20, 2008

    Do you have an extra charger?

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Where did you get the batt-2p. i need one badley

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  • sdouble4021 Jan 25, 2011

    I need a battery for a Kawasaki dvd player -modelPVS1080 battery model BATT-2P

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Where did u get 7.2 rechargeable battery port the Kawasaki portable DVD player PVS 166 w

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Yesterday I had to be towed home.Last night i charged the batt. This morning I did all of the tests that was listed in the servise maniual here is what i have Voltage test at 2000 rpms is at 14.50...


What the manual is telling you is the output of the alternator should be 15.5 volts as the max. Most alternators run at 14 to 15 volts and that is sufficent to charge a lead acid battery to 13.2 volts as that is the rated voltage of a 12V battery 2.2 volts per cell times 6 cells =13.2V. Of course some batteries may indicate slightly higher and slightly lower, but you need an input voltage from the alternator higher than 13.2 in order to charge the battery. I think that your alternator is proper and that your battery is at fault. It indicates that you may have a malfunctioning cell and the battery will charge up but the cell may have an internal short that runs the cell down and causes problems. You may have to check each cell individually after a short run. The other problem to look for is a dead short that may be draining your battery faster than your alternator can replace the voltage. A stuck brake light switch or an accessory can drain a battery.

Mar 20, 2011 | 2008 Honda GL 1800 Gold Wing

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Need a battery- BATT-2P for DVD player-Kawasaki PVS1080


The battery is difficult to replace, I cannot find any after market batteries to replace your current one.

You can try buying a generic battery "extender" see here

I have used these in the past and they have worked well.

Jan 25, 2011 | Video Game Consoles & Games

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Jet 3 Ultra, batteries 1 yr old, charge voltage only 26.3 volts output from onboard charger when batts drained after extended use. After charging overnight, batts are 12 volts each, but chair goes 1.5...


Mark Batteries your charger is putting our enuf 13.15 volts for each battery so after charging all night you should be reading about 13 volts on each. If your batts are only 12 volts after all night charge then batteries are weak Hope this helps

Oct 30, 2010 | Jet 3 Ultra Power Chair

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Battery was low and put in new battery,problem SRC Light stays on how can I reset the SRC light?


I'm guessing you mean the SRS light, yes. When you have a bad battery the battery voltage can drop below 10 volts. The SRS unit detects this voltage loss and set a DTC (diagnostic trouble code) for an internal SRS unit failure. You have to erase the DTC memory. You'll need an SCS service connector tool (P/N 07PAZ-0010100) You can order one from your local honda dealer. Don't worry its not more than $10. Then you'll have to find the MES 2pin connector located in the upper right hand corner of the drivers underdash fuse box. It can be gray, green or yellow in color. 1.)Turn the ignition switch off. 2.)Unplug the MES connector from the fuse box and plug your SCS special tool into the MES connector. 3.) Turn the ignition switch on. 4.) The (red) SRS light in the dash will come on for 6 seconds and then go off. Remove the SCS tool from the MES (2P) connector within 4 sec. after the SRS light went off. 5.) The SRS light comes on again. Reconnect the SCS tool to the MES (2P) connector within 4 seconds after the SRS light came on. 6.) The SRS light goes off. Remove the SCS tool from the MES (2P) connector within 4 sec. 7.) The SRS light indicates that the memory is erased by blinking twice. 8.) Turn the ignition switch off and wait ten seconds. You may have to do this procedure a few time to get the steps correct. If this sounds to complicated I'm sure your local Honda dealer would be happy to reset the light for you for no charge. Just let them know that the battery was recently replaced and you think that the SRS light came on due to low battery voltage. -Hope this helps:)

Jan 13, 2010 | 1997 Honda Civic

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Can you use the rechargeable pack with alkalines so long as you do not attempt to charge /


Most AA rechargeable batt. or 1.2 volts D.C.
alkalines AA or 1.5 volts D.C.
so if your raido has say 8 rechargeable batt. it will =
9.6 V.D.C.
you only need 7 alkaline batt.=10.5 V.D.C. you will
need to used a dummy or blank in place of one of
them,you can find blanks at Raido Shack if one is
near by.
maybe this will help

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Never held charge more than a few seconds


you need a new battery This one is a dud

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Battery will not fully charge but will run with partial charge


Two things can be wrong, first your batts may be old and need new ones. Have them load tested at an auto part store. Most powerchairs use two 12 volt batts. If you batts are good you should have between 12.5 and 13.5 volts on a surface charge and 11.5 to 12.5 on a load test charge. Second, if you had your chair stored away for a couple of months then your batts died and need to be replaced. If you are luck a "boost charge" might work. If you are planing to keep it stored for months at a time, you must charge the chair once every couple of weeks to keep batts fresh.

Mar 21, 2009 | Jet 3 Ultra Power Chair

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