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I have a motomaster nautilus intelligent battery charger, and no matter what I do I have 8's flashing across the screen. is there something that I can do get it working again?

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Unplug, and leave it until the ;intelligent' part looses its power and all the voltage in it drains out and it will loose its memory.
After about an hour plug it back in an it will return to factory settings, If there is not an internal problem, it will work the way it did, (All voltages would drain out of most of them in 20 minutes, but a few would hold a charge overnight,) If there is an internal problem the display will go back to the flashing as soon as the 'intelligent memory' detects the problem. Is it possible that the detected problem is a bad battery?

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    Joe Imbrogno Jun 13, 2019

    Mine has been unplugged and sitting idle all winter and it started flashing 8 as soon as I plugged it in. If it didn't lose its "intelligent" memory over the winter I'm not sure it will now if I unplug it for an hour. There must be a more direct way to clear it and get back to the factory settings.

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You do not need to remove the battery to charge the battery. When you connect the charger you MUST be careful to connect the charger's positive lead to the positive terminal to the battery and the negative lead to the negative lead to the battery before you turn on the battery charger. Connecting the charger leads the wrong way around most likely damage the vehicle's electronics.
When you finish charging the battery turn off the charger before you disconnect the charger leads. This will prevent arcing between the leads and the battery.

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Testimonial: "Thanks for your advice, Chris! In the past, I used to remove the car cables (leads) from the battery before charging it. I have read and been told that it is best to keep the charging current away from the car's electrical system. I think that I will do this as well. Do you know of anything that I should look out for or be careful about (apart from connecting the cables (leads) to the correct terminals ("+ to +" and "- to -")? Thanks very much for your help!"

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its the safest and correct way to charge it but you can charge it also in vehicle

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This forum is for Cameras - pl repost this query in a forum dealing with motor vehicle accessories. Thank you.

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