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HI I PROBABLY THREW OUT THE INSTRUCTIONS. SO HOW DO I KNOW WHEN THE CHARGER CEF 15NC HAS COMPLETED CHARGING THE BATTERIES?

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  • Richard May 11, 2010

    i would assume the lights would change colour (i dont have this charger but all the ones i know of turn from red to green when charged)

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Gripfitter is incorrect, that charger is made to charge in 15 minutes. It has a cooling fan and when batteries are inserted a red light comes on and the fan starts. When light goes out and fan stops, the batteries are charged. (light should not blink as that indicates one or more of the batteries has a problem)

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That model has a 6hr charge time.

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