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How do i charge the cobra microtalk walk talkies? I have had them plugged in for days and they dont seem to charge at all

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Hello there
first i would check the charger to make sure that it is operating properly
next i would check the batteries i know that they are rechargeable but these batteries have a life time too and they will eventually die so you may want to get new batteries. make sure that they are what the manufacture recommends ok
best regards mike

Posted on Aug 04, 2009

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