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Forgot to plug my car in last night & now my battery is dead!!

I am using a schumacher battery cahrger/ starter model no SF-1252-MA. I am using the 10 a setting and is on conventional mode.. How long will it take to charge battery enough to start it up?? I need to be somewhere in3 hours. is this going to be enough time?? I also plugged in my heater core thats never been used before. My car is a 1992 grand marquis LS. I hear no noises coming from it.. It has never been used. How do i know that it is actually working?? How can I tell??

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SOURCE: schumacher battery charger sf-1252-ma thermal fuse

The thermal fuse (1 shot fuse) is a #U25 from
Uchihashi Corp. The link below will take you to their page showing the fuse type and ordering information. Probably not found at a local electronics store.

http://www.uchihashi.co.jp/english/image/pdf03ae.pdf

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