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How do I know this is charging? I don't see an indicator light. It's all plugged in ...

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If you can get your hands on a volt meter attach the meter to the charger clamps, red to red and black to black, turn the volt meter to DC volts (20V scale on most) and turn on the charger. You should be reading at least 12V.

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From what I just read on the Cobra website, you may be misinterpreting the battery indicator lights:

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This may simply be a matter of misinterpreting the low-battery indicator. We use two different types of battery indicators:
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Here is a link to the Manual for your radio:

https://www.cobra.com/downloads/manuals/PR260WX_MANL.pdf

It is a PDF file, which requires that you have Adobe Reader or equivalent installed on your computer for it to open and display properly. If you don't have it, it can be found here (it's free!):

http://get.adobe.com/reader/

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3. If it still doesnt turn on, fold the unit and keep it aside for a few mins (say 10 mins).
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Mine worked with step 4.

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