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I have a Nuon Desktop charger with 4 battery slots ...

I have a Nuon Desktop charger with 4 battery slots and 2 9 volt slots.  I misplaced the directions and need the "table of charge time" to know if I need to have the switch on a or b.  So far I can't track down an e-mail address for the company either.

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I called Batteries Plus who sell them.  The "A" side is for NiCad (6 hrs charge) and the "B" side is for NiMH (11 hrs to charge).  Good Luck!

Ni-cd switch on A

Ni-mh switch on B

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