The op has his charger set to output 360 ma 18/50 = .360 amps divided by cels 4 is 90ma a cel. It will take 3.3 hours to charge and he better keep a eye on it there not anything to stop it from over charging.
Once the pack hits 5.6 volts you'll need to stop changing the pack. Thats if it is Ni-MH
Yep it looks like a match i just don't see a $100 for a resistor to set that.But who no's Thanks for the math PapaG I would use hot and cold. And thanks for posting this It sure been fun racking my brain. But maybe we should ask the suppler. LOL just to see whats what.
Well what i see is poorly made boards plus a bug or two and things start to fell. The bad soldering show up I've pulled power transistor off a board the solder not even holding them. buttons the same thing. Reflow the board and it works like new. It't just poorly made stuff now days.