Question about GPS
It could be over charged. You can either leave it in the GPS for several days, or find out the voltage and hook up the corresponding number of light bulbs (Flashlight or LEDs) to drain it. If you have a voltage meter try checking the volts and amps being output, this should match your batteries specifications.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
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