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Old 10-11-2005, 09:27 PM   #736
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Thanks Ryan !!

Finally some light has been shed. .......... I'm located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. May I know where to ship my CM for repairs ? Straight to Korea ?

BTW, I've tried the same 3 phase charge setup with 4 cells, it did completed the charge process BUT during the 2nd phase the CM continuously playing the tune when you start the charge.
Please send the unit LHS where you bought it.
We service our products only through our official distributor.

e.g. If bought it in HK. Please send it to HK.

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Old 10-12-2005, 08:41 AM   #737
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Hobby Haven sells this charger here. Didn't you get it from them?
Yeah , I know amigo.... done that oledi. Thanks man.
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Old 10-12-2005, 08:43 AM   #738
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Please send the unit LHS where you bought it.
We service our products only through our official distributor.

e.g. If bought it in HK. Please send it to HK.

Thanks,

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Thanks a lot Ryan. Our local distributor will be sending my CM to you guys soon.
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Old 10-12-2005, 08:48 AM   #739
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Yeah , I know amigo.... done that oledi. Thanks man.
Other than you managing to blow it up how's the charger been?
I'm lurking in this thread because I'm planning on getting one. I specifically need a charger that can charge Lithium cells.
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Old 10-17-2005, 09:40 AM   #740
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Ryan/James Kim - I just picked up one of these Cell Masters from my LHS to replace my big and bulky Turbo 35BL and had a few questions. I've quickly looked over the manual and see that there are 2 charging methods. Within those 2 methods there are 3 profiles correct? I'd like to use this to charge 5 cell receiver packs as well as my normal 6 cell race packs. Are the profiles stored in memory even after I power down the charger?

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Old 10-17-2005, 12:25 PM   #741
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Ryan/James Kim - I just picked up one of these Cell Masters from my LHS to replace my big and bulky Turbo 35BL and had a few questions. I've quickly looked over the manual and see that there are 2 charging methods. Within those 2 methods there are 3 profiles correct? I'd like to use this to charge 5 cell receiver packs as well as my normal 6 cell race packs. Are the profiles stored in memory even after I power down the charger?

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Old 10-17-2005, 04:01 PM   #742
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Hello I'd like to know if I can Charge VXR (lipo transmitter pack) with the cell master???
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Old 10-17-2005, 06:37 PM   #743
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yes...set it to charge, 3 cell, if you have the 3PK pack charge it a 1amp

And if you have a ko/M8 pack charge at .5 amp
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Default New idea -magnetic temp probe



1.remove heat shirink carefulley.
2.attach strong and small magnetic on the nickel plate.
3.Wrap it with heat shrink tube.

Note: we will not service the probe if you broke by this modification
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yes...set it to charge, 3 cell, if you have the 3PK pack charge it a 1amp

And if you have a ko/M8 pack charge at .5 amp
Ok thanks Alex, and what about the Helios, what is the charge rate???

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If it is a KO Propo helios pack, then go with .5 amps
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I've seen a few charge profiles on the web. Is there a common place where charge profiles are listed? Maybe we can list them here.....
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I have a CTX Cell Master thats about 2 weeks old. This weekend, the displayed went nuts. Not all the characters display. It is very random, but always screwed up. This happened while a battery was charging. After powering down the charger, it still has the same problems.

Anyone else seen this ? I suppose it has to be sent back for repairs....arggggggggg!
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I've seen a few charge profiles on the web. Is there a common place where charge profiles are listed? Maybe we can list them here.....
Hey Tony,

We keep an up-to-date listing of CTX profiles here: CTX Charging Profiles

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Hey Tony,

We keep an up-to-date listing of CTX profiles here: CTX Charging Profiles


Thanks Nexus. Looks like I know where to get some more Much-More goodies.
So it seems like most people opt for the CTX method.
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