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Ez Go 28115-G01 battery charger does not work.

Is there a minimum battery voltage below which the charger will not turn on? (To prevent an excess of current,to prevent fires from hot connections, to prevent damage to the charger)
The current battery pack voltage is 17.

EZ GO 28115-G01 36 volt battery pack charger

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I have an EZGO powerwise 36V charger, model 28115-GO3 that was installed onboard a cart. I want to use this charger for another cart, but the charger has 3 wires out. Why 3 wires? One is +, the other -. what do I do with the third wire? The wires are red, black and yellow; two odf the wires are 10-12 gauge, the other is around 16 gauge.

Posted on Apr 06, 2011

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I HAVE A POWERWISE GOLF CART CHARGER WITH TWO BOARDS. I HAVE GOT A NEW BOARD THATS SUPPOSE TO ELEMINATE ONE BOARD. THE DIAGRAM THAT COME WITH THE BOARD HAS A BLACK WIRE THAT IS TO BE PLUGED INTO THE THIRD WIRE IN THE DC PLUG. MY CHARGER DON'T HAVE A THIRD WIRE. WHAT WIRE IS THE NEGETAVE WIRE ON THE TRANSFORMER?

Posted on Aug 04, 2012

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