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Non-tech old person question about battery pack

I just received my sony dvd player & am reading the instructions for use. I am not a technological wizard & I have what is likely a stupid question. Am I supposed to leave the battery pack on all of the time or just when charging &/or using it? Can I watch a DVD while it is charging? Can it "over-charge" or must it be unplugged & removed as soon as the charge indicator flashes? Obviously I am just starting so will no doubt have more questions - any help is appreciated.

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No. do not leave plugged in indefinitely . There is a max. charge time. Check manual. Also run your' charge down all the way approx. every 3 uses, and this will extend the batteries life. Yes you can charge while in use.

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