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Unread 02-10-2015, 10:55 AM   #171
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This is very simple... If anything else is happening then either your wiring is wrong or this Maintainer won't work with your setup. It took less then 5 minutes to set this up. Good luck

Plug it into wall, wires should be attached to MAIN(+) and MAIN(-), the lights you'll see when completely charged are the three, Blue for Power, Green for Battery and Yellow for Status, (Blinking is for Charging, Solid Yellow is for Maintenance once charged.) My pack voltage shows 54 volts once on maintenance charge.

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Unread 02-10-2015, 03:25 PM   #172
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thank you scubabud yes my charger hooks up right. jus like these pics.I have sent this thing back once already

Are these 12volt batteries in your picture? 48 volt total?
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thank you scubabud, yes my charger hooks up right. jus like these pics.I have sent this thing back once already
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thank you scubabud yes my charger hooks up right. jus like these pics.I have sent this thing back once already

Are these 12volt batteries in your picture? 48 volt total?
Yes my batteries are 12 volt Trojans.
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This is very simple... If anything else is happening then either your wiring is wrong or this Maintainer won't work with your setup. It took less then 5 minutes to set this up. Good luck

Plug it into wall, wires should be attached to MAIN(+) and MAIN(-), the lights you'll see when completely charged are the three, Blue for Power, Green for Battery and Yellow for Status, (Blinking is for Charging, Solid Yellow is for Maintenance once charged.) My pack voltage shows 54 volts once on maintenance charge.

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Are these granite digital 48 volt "granite digital chargers" slow in charging ? I hooked mine up,and it was full charged.to 54 volts pack voltage,Now its down to 50 volts pack.and that lite is still blinking .It was charging for 4 days did i give it long enough.. This charger has been more bother please reply thank you bob s

ps when i plug this charger in it....goes rite down thru the start up pattern then , goes to third lite blinking...red never shows up . that i know isn't supposed to when wired right.
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Solid green means it is charged.
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Solid green means it is charged.

got a wild guess how long it takes....in general?.yellow lite keeps blinking. My green lite my- blue lite -green lite are solid color Status lite always blinking

The batteries are with a 50 volt pack charge. It hits to 54 volts occasionally. thanks for trying to help scooterman.Somebody ask here if charging up the batts with a
cart charger helped get them on;- maintenance quicker, couldn't find that answer bob s
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