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Re: ca-45c wall charger
The Ca45 ac adapter is a regular ac adapter. You can pick up any AC adapter at any electronic store as long as you take these pre cautions in effect.
Note the DC Voltage output of the adapter. The radio should note what voltage is needed.
Note the polirity of the plug that plugs in the side of the radio. The poliraty will either be negitive ( - ) or positive ( + ). On the radio where the plug inserts should say whether the poliarity is negitive or positive.
Note the current ( amperage, or ma output of the adapter ) you purchase. You should look for at least 1/2 amp ( 500 ma ). Any less may heat up and burn out the adapter.
I hope this has helped.
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common. The contacts are dirty most likely. Unplug the charger, get a small piece of fine or extra fine sandpaper and lightly sand the metal wires you see. They will bend, that is normal. So, slow and careful. Still not working? (also common). The charger base or the charger AC adapter may be bad. If you have another charger, switch the wall adapters. If the base if base, you could try to take it apart and re soldier it yourself, but if it got wet, the game is over. Go to a used donation place, such as the Goodwill to get replacements. They are not sold new without a radio. Also, try another radio in the "bad" charger, it could be the contacts on the back of the radio need cleaning.
For AC/DC you can go anywhere and get a 9VDC - 300 mA AC/DC wall wart with a 1.3 mm / 3.4 mm. plug. Radios Shack have gone to selling universal wall worts and selling the tips for them separate. So if you go to radio shack use tip "H" along with the spec I listed above. They will know which one if you give them that info.
Yes, but only if you are using the Motorola rechargable NiMH battery pack. You can use the wall charger OR combo wall charger and drop-in tray for the CP100/XTN style radios. Part numbers NNTN4019 and NNTN4077.
The book list the wall adapter to charger NTN1171 as being part number 2580162R01. The description says 13.8VDC 1.5A AC ADAPTER. When googling the part number, it appears someone is selling one on eBay for around $29.99. Retail from Motorola appears to be $125.
If your desk charger is the version that can accommodate 2 units for simultaneous charging, any wall adapter would do as long as it is rated at 9VAC @ 450mA or higher. Since most wall adapters are DC output, you need to open it and remove the diode(s) and capacitor and connect the output of the secondary straight to the wires. Additionally, you need to get one whose plug will match the jack of the desk charger.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
Your LXT350 is equipped for using an optional rechargeable NiMH battery pack which can be recharged by inserting the AC adapter into the radio charge jack, or with the optional desktop charger.
I would make sure the radio is off, then insert the charger. Charge only for the prescribed time (no more/no less) and remove from the charger.
Charge time is initially 24 hours. Charge time is about 12 hours thereafter. For maximum battery life, it is recommend charging the battery pack when the low battery icon comes on. Remove the radios from the charger when the charge time expires.