|Oct 14, 2012, 03:35 PM|
Joined Jun 2009
''Neg. Term. < 0V'' Error message
My new Cellpro 10S charger has stopped working for some reason and only shows this error message. Neg. Term. < 0V. Anyone know what the problem is? I was trying to charge one single cell on a 5S battery. My other Cellpro 10S which is 4 years old does it with no problem.
EDIT: I made a search before and didn't find anything. I remade the search using different words and found out that I have to return the charger. Yes I am mad because I bought a Cellpro 10S 4 years ago and I love it. It still works flawlessly. Recently, I bought a Hyperion 1420i and it was defective and had to return it. Then I bought a Thunder Power 1430c and it was defective and had to return it. So I tought the heck with it and I'll stick to what works for me and bought a second Cellpro 10S and now I have to return it.
So disregard this thread please, I've started the email process with FMA Direct.
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