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Is This Correct for 24v auto pilot?
2 batteries, jump positive on one to neg. on other then Use unused pos. from one battery and one unused neg. from other battery to the motor plug? Thanks in advance

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You got it. Think of it like a flashlight with 2 batteries. You put the batteries in end to end with the pos of one touching the neg of the other. Using a volt meter you will get 3 volts on the "unused" terminals (providing of course they are 1.5 volt batteries to start with).

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Does anyone know If you have to remove the jumper wire (pos.to neg)to charge from a 12v charger.Thought this might be the next ? on this thead. thanks
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If you connect the charger to each battery in turn, you can leave the jumper in place. Since the motor circuit is open, the only battery in the charger circuit is the one you are charging.

Another way to look at it is that the charger is effectively another battery in parallel with the one you are charging.

[This message has been edited by hydro (edited 04-01-2003).]

[This message has been edited by hydro (edited 04-01-2003).]

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Thanks for the great information.Will give it a try I have always taken off the jumper wire in the past.this will help me alot.
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