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Old 01-24-2005, 01:15 AM   #16
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As Crimson Eagle tried to explain, the problem is:

The Ionic and all other chargers, is limited in how high a voltage they can charge up to. And for the Ionic, the limit is 7 cells.

Try the earlier suggestions:

1) Write to Novak
2) Charge 2 x 4 cells (it's not THAT hard)
3) Get a wall charger or an dedicated AA charger (which can be usefull for digicams and a lot other stuff. Kodak have a K6000 which is really good, and cost less than 40$, incl. 4*2100)
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