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Unread 12-15-2014, 07:06 PM   #101
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Pic on the left is from back of cart looking forward. Pic on right (bad lighting) is taken from side of the cart. Link to receptacle is below.

1. attach charger leads to battery pack

2. find a good place to mount charger under the seat

3. drill inspection cover to mount marine charger receptacle

4. cut off ac plug on charger power wire.

5. strip and wire in charger power wire into marine charger receptacle and mount receptacle with provided screws.

6. Now simply plug an extension cord from wall plug into the marine receptical

Amazon.com : Marinco 150BBI Marine On-Board Charger Inlet (15-Amp, 125-Volt, Black) : Rv Receptacles : Sports & Outdoors Amazon.com : Marinco 150BBI Marine On-Board Charger Inlet (15-Amp, 125-Volt, Black) : Rv Receptacles : Sports & Outdoors

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Unread 12-15-2014, 07:48 PM   #102
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Unread 12-16-2014, 02:07 PM   #103
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Pic on the left is from back of cart looking forward. Pic on right (bad lighting) is taken from side of the cart. Link to receptacle is below.

1. attach charger leads to battery pack

2. find a good place to mount charger under the seat

3. drill inspection cover to mount marine charger receptacle

4. cut off ac plug on charger power wire.

5. strip and wire in charger power wire into marine charger receptacle and mount receptacle with provided screws.

6. Now simply plug an extension cord from wall plug into the marine receptical

Amazon.com : Marinco 150BBI Marine On-Board Charger Inlet (15-Amp, 125-Volt, Black) : Rv Receptacles : Sports & Outdoors

Hope this helps

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Thanks Dave! saves a bunch of time for me . bob s
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Unread 12-17-2014, 05:38 PM   #104
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olman!! Hope all is good with you?I got a problem.with this "new yellow maintainer" i got this week, from granite digital.. Here goes, When i try to hook up the alligator clips/ pos to pos/ neg to neg on this 4 battery ......I can clip the pos clip to the po post,, It was hooked up ,it wouldn' t charge at all. the blue power light would flicker, thats it. .I really appreciate any help you can spare. If you can great
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Unread 12-17-2014, 05:42 PM   #105
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Your not suppose to clip it to the same battery. You're suppose to clip (+) to the first battery (+) and the (-) to the last battery (-) completely opposite of each other.
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Unread 12-17-2014, 06:28 PM   #106
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olman!! Hope all is good with you?I got a problem.with this "new yellow maintainer" i got this week, from granite digital. Must be me. Here goes, When i try to hook up the alligator clips/ pos to pos/ neg to neg on this 4 battery setup one end of the 4 batterys ......I can clip the pos clip to the po post on the first battery, But i can't clip the negative clip to the neg post on the same battery It sparks all over the place, It was hooked up ,it wouldn' t charge at all. the blue power light would flicker, but thats it. What am i doing wrong .i really appreciate any help you can spare. If you can great
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i don't need 4 of these chargers do i? this one I have is a 48 volt?
Bob---please reread post 92. Scooterman told you how to do it. DO NOT HOOK THIS CHARGER UP TO JUST ONE BATTERY.
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Unread 12-17-2014, 07:09 PM   #107
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Bob---please reread post 92. Scooterman told you how to do it. DO NOT HOOK THIS CHARGER UP TO JUST ONE BATTERY.
fraid i did. I am getting to be a danger to myself. It doesn't work now. So i will have to see if somone can repair it for me hope so,
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Did you hook it up correctly and it will not work?
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Unread 12-17-2014, 09:18 PM   #109
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No its not working I'' ll try again in a few days.and see what it does ,..Its supposed to kick back and work. Anyway this weekend maybe later, got birhday first- for my only grandson. i don't want to miss that . i'll call on you again. Olman bob s
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Unread 12-17-2014, 10:16 PM   #110
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Strange it should still work but the Sparks worry me.
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