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Batteries won't charge w/ on board charging unit.

I replaced the batteries AND the on board charger, but the unit will not charge w/ on board charger. As soon as I plug it in, the "charge full" light comes on. I currently use 2 car chargers to keep me mobile. Can anyone help with where to look next? The on board meter does not move when pluged in where it did in prior weeks. Help!

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Since you have replaced the batteries and the charger there is most likely a problem with the wiring.

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Try plugging and unplugging all of the quick disconnects make sure they are tight good luck

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