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Remove the wires from the ATV. Clean the terminals..wire brush.. Charge slowly.. about 2 amps is max... like BBQ.. low and slow!
Now clean ALL the wires that attach to the battery. Use a stiff wire brush or fine cut file(what I use), then GREASE the wire ends and battery terminals when you reassemble. I little goes a long way. I like the terminal spray that Wal-Mart sells along with the terminal felt washers (small black spray can)
When working correctly and charging, the alternator develops a voltage in the small wire at the back which, at the 'battery light' end, opposes the voltage supplied to the bulb from the battery. The bulb then goes out. This is not happening in your case, suggesting either a faulty alternator or a broken connection to the bulb. You need to use a multimeter with the negative probe earthed and the positive probe along the length of the small alternator wire to locate the break. If there is none, then I suspect you will find the alternator is not charging and therefore faulty.
I'm not sure if the Aurora is a special type of car that requires a different way of jumping, but when u jump start most cars, you place the red end of the jumper cables on the positive/ red side of the battery and the black end on the negative. You want to make sure the jumper clamps are touching the metal part of the battery post (so if there's covers on the battery posts, move them so the cables have good connection. The same procedure is used on both cars. Be careful not to touch the end of the cables together, as doing so will make them spark if one end is connected to the running vehicle. Let your car charge a minute then try to start. If it starts, let it charge for 5-10 minutes and run/ drive your car after disconnecting to make sure the battery does not die the next time you shut it off. If it does not start after a few minutes of charging, adjust the clamps to make sure they have a good connection, wait 2-5 minutes longer & try to start your car again. *It is normal to hear the car that is jumping you idle more quietly when your car starts pulling juice from the charged battery. Also, remove jumper cables after charging, making sure not to touch the ends togther- as it will spark again. *it is not necessary to shut off the car that's jumping you before attatching the cables, or after charging. If your car still doesn't start after repeatedly adjusting cables and trying other cables to see if it is the cables not working, you may need a new battery or alternator. I would have the battery tested to see if you need a new battery before considerring the altinator.
you should have charged your heli BEFORE 1st flight.......anyway,,plug computer end of usb charge cord into computer......turn heli OFF....before you plug cord into heli look at computer end of cord,, should be bright red light inside......now plug other end of cord into heli.....bright red light goes out! when heli is fully charged bright light on computer end of cord comes back on......disconnect heli right away.....if left on charge your battery could wear out....it takes about 50-60 minutes
My old Panasonic Palmcorder IQ shows a red light in both switch positions-camera and VCR. Maybe yours has red for camera and green for VCR so you could tell them apart. I found that the Panasonic battery that came with the camera was the cheapest kind with the least charging time. I bought other batteries, they were good for a while, but now, many years later, they won' t hold a charge. Since I am only recording inside of my house, I have resorted to using the AC wall socket for power. I have to take the battery out of the camera. I found a power plug-in hole (like ones on cell phones) in the battery compartment. I also found one of these holes on my battery charger. My camera came with a double ended power plug. I plug one end into my camera and the other end into the battery charger. I plug the charger power cord into the wall outlet, and I have power to my older camera. Maybe you can find this double ended power cord at a store or on line.
Did you know that there are 2 kinds of batteries? Some have memories and others do not rely on a memory. The ones with memories have to be fully discharged or they will only charge a little, and keep charging less and less each time they are charged. The ones without the memory can be charged fully without being discharged fully. Check into battery information on line to get more information. Maybe you can get the non-memory kind.
I work at uniden...IF YOU HAVE A TRU, DECT, DXAI, EXAI (ANYTHING BUT DCT) MODEL what you have to is press the red key (the end key) and the # key at the same time...scroll down to base unavailable, press select, go to base #1 press select, scroll up to yes press select, place handset on main base, it will say handset registering and registration complete. I