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HAVE A HOVEROUND

TRYING TO TEST CHARGER TO SEE IF OUTPUT IS CORRECT. IT USES A 3 PROG MIC TYPE FEMALE PLUG TO CHARGE TWO BATTERIES. I HAVE A METER..

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Hoverround doesn't go. Batteries are good.

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Carefully read across two pins, without shorting to the case or other pins. You should have 1 hot, one ground, and usually another ground that acts as a charge inhibit to keep the scooter from driving while charging. I would expect to see around 27 Volts DCX on the output, maybe more without a load attached (battery)

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