A Duracell quick charger is designed to charge four Duracell AA or AAA rechargeable nickel-metal hydride, or NiMH, batteries in as little as two to three hours. Rechargeable batteries can be used in many common household products, such as toys, digital cameras and radios. Once the batteries die, they can be recharged and reinserted into the electronic product.
Insert two or four Duracell AA or AAA rechargeable batteries into the quick charger. Only charge the batteries in increments of two and never mix AA and AAA batteries together. Follow the +/- symbols in the battery housing unit for proper battery placement.
Connect the power cord to the quick charger outlet.
Plug the opposite end of the power cord into an electrical outlet. Once plugged in, the red LED light will light up, indicating the batteries are charging.
Unplug the battery charger from the electrical outlet when the LED light turns green, indicating the batteries are fully charged. Remove the batteries from the charger.
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