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Post subject: AMERICAN ACOUSTASONIC TELECASTER ~ Faulty charger?
Posted: Wed Oct 09, 2019 8:17 pm
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I just purchased a Surf Green AMERICAN ACOUSTASONIC TELECASTER and love the guitar. But should the RED BATTERY light at the input jack start blinking and continue to blink when battery is low without a jack plugged in? My guitar only blinks once only when I plug a jack into it, it does not blink otherwise. Their is no warning blink. Just turns red once when I plug a jack in and then the red light turns off. No blinking. I fully recharged the guitar and the green light did stay on once it was fully charged while being plugged in to charger. Could this be a faulty charger or is this the normal behavior?


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Post subject: Re: AMERICAN ACOUSTASONIC TELECASTER ~ Faulty charger?
Posted: Sun Oct 13, 2019 7:03 am
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subotnicko wrote:
I fully recharged the guitar and the green light did stay on once it was fully charged while being plugged in to charger. Could this be a faulty charger or is this the normal behavior?
Sounds to me like the charger is doing its' job. Problem might be with the rechargeable battery itself?


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Post subject: Re: AMERICAN ACOUSTASONIC TELECASTER ~ Faulty charger?
Posted: Sun Nov 03, 2019 1:08 pm
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Yes that's what mine does.

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Post subject: Re: AMERICAN ACOUSTASONIC TELECASTER ~ Faulty charger?
Posted: Mon Nov 04, 2019 5:40 am
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Oh...I see what you're saying. My Granddaughter has an electric Scooter with (basically) the same charge light set-up.
I thought you were saying that the battery itself would charge and stay charged only when plugged in...and immediately go dead once you unplugged the charger. I'm not familiar with the guitar.
Sounds like; when you plug it in, the light will indicate that the connection from charger to battery has been made...then the light goes blank throughout the charging process until battery is fully charged, at which time the light turns green until the charger is unplugged.
On the Scooter, the light stays red until the battery is charged, and then turns green until unplugged---I think I'd prefer this system. But Marvo Ging said their's does the same as yours, so I'd assume it's normal.


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