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Batteries 1 and 2 will charge fully, but battery 3 will not fully charge

How do i determine if theirs a problem in the charger, the battery, or the wiring? ive checked all the wires and have a good connection on all 3 batteries, also i can have the right amount of current running to each. When i check each battery, they are all reading atleast 12 volts. But the charger for #3 battery remains at "charging" mode. and when i try to crank up the motor, it sounds like their is no power going to it to start it!

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By reading this.. I am assuming #3 is the crank battery....

Try this.. (from experience) remove all wires (or big terminals) from the battery and see how that works.. I have a 3 bank and use a stand alone charger!! Works BETTER!!!

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