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Old 06-21-2022, 09:48 PM   #11
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Default Re: battery question, maybe stupid but I don't know anything about them

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Your charger might indeed be bad and the main problem, but the fact that it was for a txt instead of a Marathon should not make any difference. That just indicates that the charger is newer than the cart, and it should have charged the Marathon just fine as long as it was in working order. I charged a Marathon for years with an old 30 amp Lester charger. The Marathon died and I changed the connector and now it charges a txt and does it very well. If your EZGO charger works right, it will be a much better charger than the one on Amazon.

I would try to replace the connector and go from there. Good luck getting it right.

is there a way to test if the charger is bad? I think its the connector at the end of the charger and maybe the plug in on the cart, all of which I have ordered replacement parts. I just don't think the charger has any protections built in which might be the problem as well.
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Old 07-01-2022, 09:35 AM   #12
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Default Re: battery question, maybe stupid but I don't know anything about them

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is there a way to test if the charger is bad? I think its the connector at the end of the charger and maybe the plug in on the cart, all of which I have ordered replacement parts. I just don't think the charger has any protections built in which might be the problem as well.
Try watching this, and search for similar videos. Just run the tests exactly as the guy says:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RG1pETZdzJU
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