Originally Posted by A_380
Thanks for reply dude. I'm using GP3300. So leaving it for 3 days will bring the batt to 0V, eh?
Leaving your batts for three days on the Zero-V helps condition your batts too. But discharge doesn't really take three days to do it. As long as all the lights are off, then it should be ready for charging already. Just cool the batts first after discharge or before charging it again. Another tip on discharging your batts with the Zero-V, place it beside a fan to keep the temperature low while discharging.