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Unread 07-14-2013, 11:11 AM   #41
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Thanks again folks ,I did jump the wires and now the charger in doing what it's supposed to do ,I assume this means I have to get a new OBC ,am I correct ?
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Unread 07-14-2013, 11:18 AM   #42
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yes it looks that way
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It is charging and the meter started out with about 15 A ,has dropped to 9 now after 2 hours so How long do I need to keep it on charge ?
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i'd give to 5amp then check voltage it should be around 60v if charged 100% it will settle down to around 50.9v after 12 hrs
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i'd give to 5amp then check voltage it should be around 60v if charged 100% it will settle down to around 50.9v after 12 hrs
Great ,it has gotten down to 7 now so I'll unplugg it before I retire for the eve.thanks ,thanks a lot .
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