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Bulk Charges then goes in to float charge and hangs does not switch back to bulk when batteries voltage drops. Four interstate 6 Volt golf cart batteries installad march of 2013

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Sounds like a tough one. What i would do is open the controller, look for bad connections. also clean all wires coming to and from the batteries. Remember that tarnish or invisible oxides make alot of resistance causing a voltage drop and the voltage inaccuracy will not feed the correct readings to the control box.

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