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Shorting the battery terminals that charge the transceiver can cause sparks, severe
overheating, burns and battery damage. Do not place an uninstalled battery pack in
the vicinity of metal objects that may short the terminals. Failure to observe this
precaution could result in serious injury or death.
To avoid risk of explosion and injury, do not operate radio where explosive vapors
may be present. Failure to observe these precautions could result in serious
injury or death.
NiCad batteries must be disposed of properly. Battery may explode if incinerated,
causing injury or death. Contact unit supply for proper disposal instructions.
Never plug the power supply to the CCA250 charge adaptor except with a CAW240,
CWC230 or CWC232 adaptor. Damage to power supply could occur.
Charging the transceiver battery for more than 16 hours with the battery charge
system can shorten battery life and cause other components to fail. Battery packs
may be left in the CSA280 chargers without harm to either the
battery pack or charger.
Turn the transceiver off.
Insert the transceiver (2) into the charger (8) to light charge indicator (9) and to begin charging.