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MotoMaster 11-1524-2 Green/Amber lights keep flashing back and forth rapidly

When I connected the charger the amber light came on to show it was charging. After a week or so I noticed the light had turned to green indicating the battery was charged and now being kept in "float mode". A few weeks later I looked and the green and amber lights are now flashing back and forth quite rapidly. I've checked the manual and there's no mention of this condition. What's going on with the charger? Should I be concerned? It's still connected to my Harley. Thanks. pd

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