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Old 11-24-2007, 11:53 AM   #1
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hi, i was wondering, when charging 3600, or 4200 mah pack, what should you put the peak detect setting at?? also, what about when you charge a receiver pack for a gas car.. thanks in advance
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I always set mine about 3 milivolts for 3600-4200 and 7 milivolts for reciever packs. Set it about 4.5 amps for 3600-4200 and 1.5 amps for your reciever packs. hope this helps
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