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    Quote Originally Posted by topher View Post
    I go to sayal for batteries... have lots of electronic components
    Thanks however no joy only have up to 3.6 volts
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    Who's collar .... Transmitter or receiver? Depending on the collar we may have what you are looking for.
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    Its a DT system Super Trainer EDT 200 NiMH battery. Collar battery 4.8 volts 400 mAH A5 40aaam4smx.
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    Just spoke to the guys at the collar clinic. What a great bunch of guys to talk to. Should have the battery by the end of the week just in time for the woodcock flight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by finsfurfeathers View Post
    Just spoke to the guys at the collar clinic. What a great bunch of guys to talk to. Should have the battery by the end of the week just in time for the woodcock flight.
    Good stuff! :-)
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    HRCH-UH GMHR-I Dakota Creek's Royal Gem MH, HRCH-UH MHR Dakota Creek's Wreaking Havoc SH
    SHR UH Dakota Creek's Cute As A Bug SH WC, SR Dakota Creek’s Mirror Image

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    Now when you get the new battery, keep it topped up. Don't run it down too far. If your driving from one spot to another give it a charge. And keep it charged in the off season, or you could be looking for a replacement again real soon.
    Take the warning labels off. Darwin will solve the problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snowwalker View Post
    Now when you get the new battery, keep it topped up. Don't run it down too far. If your driving from one spot to another give it a charge. And keep it charged in the off season, or you could be looking for a replacement again real soon.
    Good advice however seeing that the old one's are over 10 years old have too figure its about time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by finsfurfeathers View Post
    Good advice however seeing that the old one's are over 10 years old have too figure its about time.
    Yes but most batteries don't die...they are murdered.

    I am looking at hypercapsitors and the prices if them are really coming down.
    Take the warning labels off. Darwin will solve the problem.

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