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I have a 6 volt tractor battery. Will the 25AMP Smart fully automatic charger work on 6 volts?

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Most likely not as most of the automatic chargers are setup for 12V only. You need look at specs on the charge that interested in to find this this info.

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I had the same problem, the batteries are burned out, I know you can replacements at Home Depot but if you can wait try the interenet.

"Google" what you want.

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SOURCE: the light don't come on and want charge my 12 volt battery

My charger has a fuse located on the circuit board inside the unit....when mine stopped working, it was the fuse...replaced it and it is working fine for one battery, the other blows the fuse every time....bad battery.

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Click on the link below and you will find replacments

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change batteries, your charger should indicate wheather you battery is good or noot on the pause inbetween blinks.

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Nope. It takes a different charger.
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