A long way away and a long way down
Worked for a company making environmental monitoring.
We had a call from a mine in Canada that needed a blast effects monitor urgently - so urgently they needed the manual scanning and emailing so they could learn to use it in advance.n
Got a call at 2 in the morning.
>It won't turn on.
Did you charge the battery for 24 hours like it says in the manual (we can't ship the internal battery charged)?
>No as soon as it arrived we took it underground to use.
Try connecting the charger it should run anyway.
> No there is no power - I need you to fix it now. We need to blast in the next hour.
So you are 5000 miles away, a mile underground, no power and the battery isn't charged - exactly what do you expect me to do ?