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    Default Battery charging confusion

    Can I use 10v adapter to charge a 6v battery?
    What should be the polarity?


    (ie which end of battery should be connected to positive of adapter and which should be connected to the negative of the addapter)

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    If you have to ask such a question, you probably cannot answer if its a Li-Ion or Ni-MH or alkaline or Zinc-Carbon, in which case, I suggest you do the charging outside your house in an open space. Wear cotton clothes and safety-glasses. So that when the battery catches fire or blasts, the flaming parts that spray around don't harm you.

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    :twisted: ha ha nice reply
    Vikas Patial

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    The battery is Ni-MH..........
    The idea is good I will try it out ..............thanks

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