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9 volt battery trick

Can you explain the logistics of this '9V battery trick'
how do i actually do it?

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Audio problems. The rear speakers sometimes work, sometimes don't and the driver side door never works. I don't know if it is the wiring or speakers.


A good way to test speakers / wiring is to use a 9v battery. Unplug leads from the deck and jumper the 9v + and - to the speaker wires and see/ listen for the speaker cone to move. With this simple trick you can trace problems pretty quickly

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Replace alternator


It should not be too difficult to unbolt the alternator. Basically remove the drive belt, disconnect the battery. (it would save you some grief if you take a 9V battery and connect it to the battery terminals. This will be enough voltage to keep the computer memory and radio programming when you disconnect the car battery.) The 9V battery is a trick I use all the time.

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Physical size of the Actron CP7672 Digital Multitester,


The meter measures in size aproximatelly 2 1/2" X 5" X 3/4" deep, and takes a standard 9 Volt battury, unscrew the two phillip screws on the back, and gently pull off the back cover, and you will see the battury at the bottom of the meter, unclip it from the battury clip, and replace with a similar type of 9 Volt battury, and reassemble.

Feb 12, 2012 | Actron CP7672 Digital Multitester

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Batteries


I think you will find that one 9 volt battery would not last any time at all. the 6 AAs have a big capacity and that's why they use them, a little 9v battery is intended for low power equipment.
I see it is supplied with a 12v AC adaptor, if you connect a 12V battery via the adaptor socket you may get a longer run time if its a rechargable battery even better.

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Batterys dont keep there charge i think the batterys need to be replaced


before you dump those batteries, check the charger. If the battery when charged runs the tool but dies out quickly then you are probably right. If the battery never seems to be charged at all, then it may be the charger.

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Power pack creates 'hummmm' in wireless headphones.


I don't think the 12V power pack is the problem. Generally there would be a regulator on the plug pack input to the transmitter (as power packs are notoriously bad at voltage regulation).

My guess is it an 'earth leak' between the TV and the transmitter via the audio lead. Does the powerpack have a earth pin. If so, are you able to plug it into an non-earthed power outlet.

If this isn't possible try removing the ground connection from the audio lead.

It could also be a bad audio lead.

Is the TV mono and the transmitter stereo or visa versa? You may need a mono to stereo lead.

Hopefully something in here will help.



Mar 17, 2009 | Electronics - Others

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Power pack creates 'hummmm' in headphones.


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Lithium ion battery won't charge


known issue, battery needs to be 'shocked" back to life. Here's the fix:

"Hi,I just found a soultion on another website and it appears to have worked for me.Apparently the battery loses it memory when fully discharged,to fix this take a 9v battery and place the terminals + to + and - to - with the camera battery for 30 seconds or so then put the battery back in the camera and charge as normal.I just did this and it seems to be charging and the red light is solid.hope this helps."

Nov 04, 2007 | Casio Exilim Zoom EX-Z700 Digital Camera

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New Camera Does Not Charge


A red flashing light does NOT mean it charging. THat means you have a defective battery. Call tech support and tell them that you have a defective battery and they may be able to get a replacement for you.

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