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Recently I purchased Sanyo Eneloop NC-MQN04ES Charger. I need the user manual for this charger. How many hours does it takes to charge 4 aa and aaa Batteries. I charged it for more than 6 hrs. But the led keeps on glowing. Pls help me. Want to know weather the led goes off or on once it has completed charging. Thank you.

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This is from the user 's manual i just copy paste it

Specification: Voltage : AC 220V - AC 240V,
Input : 50/60 Hz 6W,
Output : DC 2.4V 220-280mA x2 (AA),
100-140mA x2 (AAA),
LED indicator : ON - charging OFF - Timer off (approx 16hours) Battrey/Charge Time Approximate Hours :
-Eneloop Ni-MH AA (typ 2000mAh) 10(h),
-Eneloop Ni-MH AAA (typ 800mAh) 8(h),
-Ni-MH AA (typ 2700mAh) 13(h),
-Ni-MH AA (typ 2500mAh) 12(h),
-Ni-MH AA (typ 2100mAh) 10(h),
-Ni-MH AA (typ 1700mAh) 8(h),
-Ni-MH AAA (typ 1000mAh) 10(h),
-Ni-MH AAA (typ 900mAh) 9(h),
-Dimension : 118 x 75 x 40 mm

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