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The voltmeter test provides general indicator of battery condition. Check the voltage of the battery to verify that it is in a 100 per cent fully charged condition. If the open circuit or disconnected voltage reading is below 12.6 V, charge the battery and then recheck the voltage after the battery has set for one to two hours. If the voltage reading is 12.8 V or above, perform the load test described below.
The load test measures battery performance under full current load and is the best indicator of battery condition. Load testing a battery tat is not FULLY CHARGED i.e. at 12.8 VDC can permanently damage it. Fully charge it first and then let it stand for at least an hour before the load test is done. You also need a load tester AND you should know how to perform a load test. Often the best way to load test a battery will be to take it to a battery shop and have it done there.
VOLTAGE and STATE OF CHARGE FOR AGM BATTERIES IS:
12.8 VDC is 100 per cent
12.6 VDC is 75 per cent
12.3 VDC is 50 per cent
12.0 VDC is 25 per cent
11.8 VDC is 0 per cent
COLD CRANKING AMPERAGE (CCA) for a DYNA battery is 270
Battery Charging Rates/Times (Approximate)
FOR A 19 AMP HOUR DYNA AGM BATTERY
BATTERY STATE OF CHARGE is 12.8 VDC is 100 per cent Charge; Rate of Charge is N/A
BATTERY STATE OF CHARGE is 12.6 VDC is 75 per cent Charge; Rate of Charge at 3 AMP is 1.75 hours at 6 AMP is 50 minutes at 10 AMP is 30 minutes at 20 AMP is 15 minutes
BATTERY STATE OF CHARGE is 12.3 VDC is 50 per cent Charge; Rate of Charge at 3 AMP is 3.5 hours at 6 AMP is 1.75 hours at 10 AMP is 1 hour at 20 AMP is 30 minutes
BATTERY STATE OF CHARGE is 12.0 VDC is 25 per cent Charge; Rate of Charge at 3 AMP is 5 hours at 6 AMP is 2.5 hours at 10 AMP is 1.5 hours at 20 AMP is 45 minutes
BATTERY STATE OF CHARGE is 11.8 VDC is 0 per cent Charge; Rate of Charge at 3 AMP is 6 hours, 40 minutes at 6 AMP is 3 hours, 20 minutes at 10 AMP is 2 hours at 20 AMP is 1 hour
The figures listed above assume that the battery is charging at room temperature. If warmer than room temperature, use a slightly shorter charging time. If colder, use a slightly longer charging time.
The use of constant current chargers to charge maintenance free batteries is not recommended. Any overcharge will cause dry out and premature battery failure. If a constant current charger is the only type available, do not exceed the charge times listed above and do not continue charging the battery if it gets hot. When charging, never exceed 15 volts for more than 30 minutes.
If the battery gets hotter than 110 degrees F or 43 degrees C during charging, discontinue charger and allow the battery to cool. Overheating may result in plate distortion, internal shorting, dry out and/or other damage.
4) Break new meter with hammer and they will replace with another new meter made in China, intended to put local workers out of a job, so we can pay for automated meter reading requiring software owned by foreign investors charging at least 25 cents per month per customer to read the meter, using workers located somewhere else, which doesn't include cost of necessary towers and maintenance, or include software upgrades, or include needed security upgrades. Oh, but you will be able to pay additional monthly fee to get static snapshots of power usage at 15 minute intervals, and the switch controlling your power will be located somewhere besides your town.
Disk read error is, most likely, a bad hard drive. Seeing this message means that the operating system (Windows) didn't even get a chance to load before running aground. This model uses 2.5" SATA drives and 80G is the smallest size ever sold. You can probably get a replacement drive (new or used) locally or thru eBay or Amazon, and they should be pretty cheap (new ones should run for about 20 cents to 25 cents per gig. That'd be your best bet.
The best thing to do is to ring the phone supplier..i.e t mobile, orange and ask if they have a explanation for this.
They will have record of phone calls,texts,internet use etc as they need to bill you.V strange situation but ring and tell!
it's easy - go to www.vodafone.com.au/unlock & follow the link to do it online. It mentions charging $25 to get it done, but I entered my phone's IMEI (explained in their instructions) - it instantly gave me the unlock code without charging a cent. I guess that's because it was out of its contract, but that's pretty cool compared to other mobile companies. (I did this yesterday: 4/6/09.) Good luck.
It sounds to me like your messenger software has been corrupted somehow. To fix this simply go into add/remove programs and remove the messenger software from you computer. Go to the MSN site and download the latest version of the messenger software and install it. This will resolve you problem for you. It is a good Idea to check for newer versions of you software regularly because the updated versions have all the bugs resolved like the one that you ran into and also they are adding cool new features with every update also. Many of the messengers are offering phone out now where you can call anywhere in the world for 1 to 2.1 cents a minute and computer to computer voice calls for free. This is what I use to call my customers world wide. Yahoo voice out is the cheapest and the best voice quality. For 29 dollars a year you get your own phone number for your computer and out going calls are only a penny a minute long distance and 1.9 cents a minute international and PC to PC are FREE. 800 numbers are free too. It sounds like the people are in the room with you.
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