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How do you reset the radio to charge batteries

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Never heard of a way !!! have a look inside your radio at the fuses x 3 1st fuse near transformer on ciruit board, 2nd on circuit board where battery connects to radio and 3rd in the charger its self on the circuit board. This is white in colour, to replace this fuse you will need to desolder it as I have just changed mine.

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