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I have not used the walkie talkies for a year--on plugging them into the charger the red lite comes on for approx, 2-3 minutes the goes off.Am I to assume that it means that I need new batteries?? The batteries are type MN -0160001  950mAh Date code U D . The serial No.T605A03298 & T605A03314
My email gherasim@telus.net

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Dear sir,
Its important to remove batteries from circuit if u are shutting down the unit for long period . Your battery is in deep discharged mode now , & charging is not so easy , or consider it dead as LI-ion batteries have a specific life .U can find the same in ebay usa website available between 7~12 USD per pair.

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raj

Posted on Apr 12, 2009

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