Will it? That's a new one !!
When the bulb goes out will be low enough for the first discharge, but if you do two cycles then leave it for a few hours after the bulb goes out on the second time.I will be using 240v 60w bulb, should i leave it connected until the voltage drops to 0v in the pack? or just until the light glow off.
Thanks Mr. Peter. Will do as advised. Will keep you updated on the progress.When the bulb goes out will be low enough for the first discharge, but if you do two cycles then leave it for a few hours after the bulb goes out on the second time.
It's not critical either way.
I wasn't using the right connections. I used the right side front 2 Phillips head screws to charge, which seemed to work, but you can't connect a bulb using that setup. I realized you pulled the negative off of the connection further back on the right side of the battery pack. I attached my negative to that post and the light lit right up. Thanks.You must use a standard 60w incandescent bulb not a CFL.
Your bulb must be blown then or you have a bad connection in your wires.
I had charged it with these two Phillips headed screws that sit just to the right of the Panasonic label I think it is, my meter was showing a complete circuit of 104v before charge and 118v afterwards.Please post a pic of exactly where you wrongly connected.
I hope you have not damaged anything.