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Hi on the back of a craft magic scooter what is the gage next to the charging point please.

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SOURCE: Hi on the craftmatic comfort coach 4......next to the charging point on the back is a gage what is this for.....cheers.

it might be a charge indicator . without seeing it we really have no idea .

Posted on Dec 06, 2016

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Hi it's charging the batteries at 1 amp when the batteries r low it will charge at a higher reading ., Cheers

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