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Battery charger minn kota 3 bank charger says check connection on battery 3 all connections are tight. anyboby have any info that would help explain. thx

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I have seen the threaded terminals on batteries where the threads do not go all the way down the terminals far enough to actually provide enough threads to tighten down wires!...whew..
Make sure the charger wires terminals are actually crimped on the wire and not the insulation..seen that too.

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