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My GP4104 runs down from charge in less than 15 minutes. What should I do?

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U are going to need to replace the battery in whatever this device is.

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It is possible that your battery is not charging at all, or the jump start has damaged the voltage regulator. Your battery should have been charged sufficiently after the 15 minute run, so there is another problem.
Check the voltage with a meter - I think Radio Shack should give me a bonus for recommending them so often, but you can get a relatively cheap (less than $5.00) meter from them that will give you an accurate reading.
Connect the meter across the battery terminals and check the voltage. It should be over 12v. With the engine running at just over idle the meter should slowly move to 13.8 or possibly as high as 14.2 volts. More than this, replace the regulator. Less than this, replace the regulator.
The regulator is mounted inside the alternator. It is usually possible to remove and replace the regulator without removing the alternator. The regulator is a fully replaceable unit complete with the slip ring brush gear, and is held in place by two small screws. The new unit should have a wire through the brushes holding them in place,
If it doesn't have one you will find the brushes are almost impossible to put back, so the trick is to locate the small hole in the front brush holder, then gently push the brusher into their respective holders - the brushes have tiny holes in them corresponding with the hole in the front brush holder. Now keep the brushes in place with a thin wire - a paper clip works fine. After replacing the unit, screw it down and then remove the paper clip,
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Hi. With batteries it is very important to recharge them after each use, overnight. I have seen batteries last 7 years in a mobility scooter, because the batteries were charged properly. Batteries store electrical energy by means of a cemical reaction, and if left in a discharged condition for too long, damage is done to the internal plates of the battery.
Batteries are designed to do so many charge cycles.
If a battery is run down to 75% or more, you will not get many cycles out of it. If you only run it down by 25%, you will get 100's of charge cycles out of it.
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