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Old 05-10-2005, 01:02 PM   #1
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i just bought i GFX and when the pack peaks the batteries are to hot to handle what setting should be changed and to what?
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Probably you mV is set too high. What is is set at now?

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i think .05
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I have had mine set at .03 for a long time and it works very well.
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Change peak detect on ambient temp. Change to .02 to .03 peak detect.
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I have seen this problem recently. After the charge disconnect the battery and look at the voltage on the screen it should be at 0 volts. The one I saw would remain at 7 to 9 volts. There was a problem with the charger, it would continue to apply voltage after the charge. It got sent in for repair.
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