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    how do U charge Oddy battery?

    My 925 oddy battery has been on my shelf in the garage since the last time my ski ran. never really had it in there for long. So how do I "top it off" charge it up?...PR...


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    Just use your battery tender if you have one.


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    mine came with charging instructions,but cant find them now...Something like 2 amps for 24+ hrs

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    Quote Originally Posted by psycho rxp View Post
    mine came with charging instructions,but cant find them now...Something like 2 amps for 24+ hrs
    same here Jason, I can`t locate the papers for it
    I have a 2 amp charger. I think if you have like 12.75 volts it`s good to go ...I have to check it yet, just concerned that it sat for quite a while...PR...

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    Yeah im also interested in this. My battery was sitting in my basement for a solid 6 months didnt even move and i put the voltmeter up to it and it said 11.95 do i need to charge it or is it good to go? It's a stock rxp battery. Sorry if i jacked your thread PR but we both got similar questions.

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    Andy, it that a gel cell battery? If so charge real easy and monitor often to be sure it does not warm up. If it takes too much charge it will kill it quickly. My experience with gel cells.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spike View Post
    Thank You, this was very helpful! ...PR...

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    Battery Low Warning

    Since we are on the subject of battery's. I got a low battery message the last time I was out. Does the battery not get charged while riding? I was going to take the battery out and put it on a charger before riding next. Was also wondering if the battery were to completely die while I was riding, would it stop the ski?

    Thanks,

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    Quote Originally Posted by ESDJCO View Post
    Since we are on the subject of battery's. I got a low battery message the last time I was out. Does the battery not get charged while riding? I was going to take the battery out and put it on a charger before riding next. Was also wondering if the battery were to completely die while I was riding, would it stop the ski?

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    the battery does get charged, so if it is showing low battery you may have a dead cell, and i dont think the ski would totally die but i could be wrong?

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