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Lost the charger for T5720 cradel, need voltage specs for replacement


These were used only once 4 years ago. Lost the charger and need to replace.... What type of charger for this model...

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HI,
The charger cradle for this model is 220V.  
Hope this helps
 

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Need AC adapter Motorola Talkabout T5720


Hi Tom,

Take your radio to your nearest Radioshack or similar store and I'm sure the team there will be able to help you with an adapter (charger?)

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I had a pair of t5720's but lost one of them on a trail somewhere in Arkansas. Where can I order a replacement?


You could try eBay, or Motorola's online store http://www.store.motorola.com/mot/en/US/adirect/motorola?cmd=catDisplayStyle&catKey=601700
or you should be able to get a similar unit at your local Walmart. The T5720 has not been produced for a while, but other TalkAbout radios will communicate with your existing radio.

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I lost the cords to the chargers what size charger am I looking for


u can use any charger as long as plug end is the size or shape as u have on yours. Walmart has about any size u need.

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We couldn't find the info regarding output/voltage. However, there is an online vendor offering replacement chargers/batteries for the T5500. Here is the link, look toward the bottom of the page for the chargers. http://www.csonline.net/crawford/motorola_talkabout_T5500.htm

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According to the owners manual for this unit the cord cannot be replaced. They instruct the user to call Motorola at 800-353-2729. Most likely they will offer you a new charger. If not, get the part number from them and either google it, or repost it here on FixYa and I will respond with pricing/availability information.

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Likely it is a low battery issue. Either the rechargeable battery needs to be replaced or the charger isn't working properly. Try replacing the battery with 4 AAs (IIRC) and see if that works.

We have several Motorola radios, two of which came with the rechargeable batteries. In the past year, neither of the rechargeable radios would recharge. The batteries won't make good contact with the charger even when not in the radio. Now one works with AAs but the other lost its settings and we haven't been able to reset to contact the other radios.

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(we looked into replacing the batteries. Motorola lists chargers and batteries for our older radios but not the two that came with their own chargers. The local battery store wanted ~$40 dollars to try and rebuild the units. Since the chargers are not making good contact, we decided to go with the regular batteries.)

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