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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Take the batteries to a battery shop or a Battery plus store have them load test the batteries. Deep cycle batteries are different from normal batteries. Normal batteries are design for max output for short periods of time, Deep cycle batteries are designed for a modest output for long periods of time. My batteries are rated at 35 amp/hr.. Basically a load tester places a load in amps [cranking amps] on the battery. How many cranking amps depends on if there is a voltage drop when you apply the load. I can apply 480 cranking amps before my voltage drops. What i do is load test a new battery of the same type to find out the cranking amps. You will not find a cranking amp rating for aq deep cycle battery but retail places have load testers that read in cranking amps. Use only deep cycle batteries in scooters, garden tracker batteries will not last. If the batteries are ok test the charger. A CHARGER KNOWS THE CHARGE OF THE BATTERY BY BATTERY RESISTANCE. As a battery charges its resistance get bigger. Once the battery reaches a preset resistance the light goes solid. You can have the charger checked by a battery shop. To properly charge a battery a charger will put out 27volts @ 4amps, they can easily test for voltage. Now if the charger is built in there is going to be an external fuse find it, check it. hope this helps
Posted on Jun 09, 2012
If you look through your operator manual, you will see that it takes around 24 hours to charge your batteries... are you giving it enough time? The charger you have gives a heavy charge at first if it senses the battery is low, nd trickles lower and lower as the battery charges in order to keep from causing heat stress on the cells as they recover. This means it takes about the same time frame whether the batteries are low or nearly full since the level determines the charging current. You MUST use gel-cell batteries according to your operator manual as well. If you use a different formulation, you can cause boiling of the battery or an expulsion of sulferic acid from pressure from the gases in the batteries.
I would suggest having an electronics tech check your batteries incase you have a cell that is dieing (open or shorted).
Let the charger run its 24 hour cycle and see if the light turns off then.
Posted on May 29, 2014
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