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Just received my new FF5 decoy,watched several U tube videos,but no mention of the voltage of the battery. I knowits 5 months away butI want tobe ready,Any advice appreciated.Dont want to damage anything.Thanks Mattie



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Mattie,

 Be patient and you'll get a good answer. It's been pretty dormant here for the last couple months. 

 Randy 



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Mattie wrote:

Just received my new FF5 decoy,watched several U tube videos,but no mention of the voltage of the battery. I knowits 5 months away butI want tobe ready,Any advice appreciated.Dont want to damage anything.Thanks Mattie


The motor is run by 12V DC.  The battery I use is one of the sealed lead-acid rechargeable ones like in the picture.  I got mine at Batteries Plus at around $17, but the internet is full of them, ranging from $10 on up.  You will also need a small recharger.

A charged battery will keep the FF5 flapping for hours.  

Hope this helps,

 

Demi



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Thank you very much Demi.Seems like in another world ago I had to redo my Johnny Stewart caller by using 2 6 volt batterys in series [ I think , Im not electrically minded]. BT126 7AH.Thanks again,nowI get to wait 5 months to use this baby.


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