On Sun, 06 Apr 2008 15:27:46 GMT, Mitch@_._ wrote:
Not even on their website? Many companies have them there.
88.8 sounds like testing the display (all segments lit). However, it
shouldn't stay that way more than a couple of seconds on startup.
Are you sure it's connected right?
I don't have that model, but one battery charger I have refuses to
work when the battery charge is too low.
Well, the manuals are here;
However, a search of "88" showed no finds. I would be inclined
to believe the digital readout is stuck. Have you tried
unplugging the unit a few times to see if it will clear the
registers? It reminds of when you see digital readouts where
the LED part has burned away; but yours are stuck in full
readout. *8* being the full circle of LED's.
No, the whole unit is locked up. You have to unplug it and plug it
back in, then it resumes. It's up to 70% charge now.
I've used the charger several times before and never had this happen.
I hope my battery isn't done for. I just spent $500 on a new
alternator and another $100 on a new battery for my Explorer.
I usually put a battery tender on my Mustang in the Fall...just forgot
this time. Funny, considering I washed it, filled it up, put fuel
stabilizer in it....
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