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I charge the batteries over night and after 3 hrs they go dead charger is reading 24 volts but at battery end is reading 18 volts new batteries so could it be 30 amp circuit breaker

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Bad connections on the battery posts is most likely. If the circuit breaker was bad you'd get nothing at the battery . The charger voltage is 29 volts when not connected to the batteries. 26 or more when connected and on.

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