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Old 02-24-2021, 07:12 PM
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Default Charging Banshee batteries?

When charging the batteries on my Banshee does it matter if the unit is on or off?
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Old 02-25-2021, 01:41 PM
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This is copied and pasted from the online instruction manual:

 Never attempt to charge batteries that are not intended to be recharged! This includes
both Zinc Carbon and alkaline cells. The resulting damage can be serious and will not be
covered by the warranty.
 Never attach an unapproved or a non-FOXPROŽ charger to your Banshee! Damages caused
by plugging unapproved charging devices into your Banshee will not be covered by warranty.
 Remember that NiMH batteries self-discharge about 1% per day.
 Do not leave charging batteries unattended.
 Remove batteries from battery holder when caller will not be used for prolonged periods to
help prevent deep discharge.
 Recharge your batteries periodically—even when not in use—to prevent deep discharge.
 Make sure that the rechargeable battery pack is installed in the Banshee properly.
 Disconnect any/all accessory devices that may be attached to the Banshee prior to charging.
This includes external speakers, auxiliary devices, and USB cables.
 Follow the included instructions for the particular FOXPRO charger that you are using.
 Connect the approved FOXPRO charger to the charger jack on the Banshee and attach the
transformer to the appropriate outlet.
 For maximum charge efficiency, we recommend charging your Banshee in temperatures
ranging from 40°F to 85°F (5°C to 30°C).


I assume that the caller should be powered off.
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