Difference between revisions of "CM15A Should Not Eat Batteries"

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==Answer==
 
==Answer==
  
Batteries are not required to use the CM15A. If you install batteries in the CM15A, they should last quite a while as long as the CM15A is connected to wall power. If you discover that your computer interface is draining batteries while it is plugged in, then it is defective.
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*Batteries are not required to use the CM15A.
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*If you install batteries in the CM15A, they should last quite a while as long as the CM15A is connected to wall power.
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*If you discover that your computer interface is draining batteries while it is plugged in, then it is defective.

Latest revision as of 23:41, 15 April 2014

Question

Are batteries required to operate the CM15A?

My CM15A seems to be draining batteries while it is plugged in to the wall. Is this normal?


Answer

  • Batteries are not required to use the CM15A.
  • If you install batteries in the CM15A, they should last quite a while as long as the CM15A is connected to wall power.
  • If you discover that your computer interface is draining batteries while it is plugged in, then it is defective.