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Old 08-06-2004, 08:41 PM   #1
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Default INDI 16x7v6 charging help.(need manual)

I just recieved the used 16x7v6 charger that I got on ebay for 134 shipped. The problem is that there is no instrustion manual and I have no clue how to set up a charger like this.

First I would like to ask if anyone has a instrustion manual that they would be willing to go copy and send to me (yes, I'll pay you)

also is there a placce online where I can get access to a manual.


Secondly, how can I tell how many mah battery packs are?? I am asking this because I have some old NiCd (tyco ) that I would like to experment/practice on. The reason I would like to use them is because if I mess up and destroy them it wont matter.

Thirdly, the charger has aligator clips on the "charger" wires. They dont really fit into the little plastic connector on the battery pack. What is the best way to work around that? Should I get the opposite (if its male get female...) and then just leave some wire out of it to connect the connectors to?
OR would it be better to skip the alligator clips all together ?

I hope I didn't type too much,

Thanks in advance though.
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Old 08-06-2004, 09:49 PM   #2
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Here a link to instruction from integy's site. I think you might find what you're looking for:
http://integy.automated-shops.com/cgi-bin/webc.cgi/Instructions.html
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Umm, if you click that it doesn't work, copy + paste it.
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I know, I did that.

Thanks for the link, I missed that part of their site. But they dont have the instructions for the 16x7v6
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Try the the older 16x7...
It should be very close.
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I have a 16x7V6 and the instructions they have listed are the ones they provide with the charger.
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So the 16x7v6 instructions are the same as the 16x7 pro.

cool, thanks everyone.
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