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Old August 5th, 2010, 22:28   #8
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You have the math answered correctly, Mr. OP. Use the factor to add the extra time and you should be safe. Also do a physical check - the battery should not exceed 80 C when charging. If you don't have a temp. probe (and you probably don't), just use your arm. If the battery is uncomfortably warm/hot on the inside part of your arm, then it is time to stop charging.

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