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#11108477 - 09/16/15 08:08 PM Battery or Battery charger??
whnigt Offline
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Registered: 04/01/04
Posts: 1233
Loc: Troy, Tx.
I have a 2001 Skeeter ZX225. I can put the batteries on charge. After 10 to 12 hours one or two lights on the charger are green, the others are red. I unplug the charger and within a minute all lights turn green. Batteries are at least 3 years old. When I go fishing the batteries will last all day. What, or is there anything I should check or do. Thanks


Edited by whnigt (09/16/15 08:09 PM)

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#11108515 - 09/16/15 08:20 PM Re: Battery or Battery charger?? [Re: whnigt]
YAMADOGGY Offline
Outdoorsman

Registered: 11/26/03
Posts: 226
Loc: FT WORTH,TX,USA
check all batteries for voltage after you charge them, if all about the same and good, might just be charger indication problem but charger is working fine otherwise.

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#11108634 - 09/16/15 09:11 PM Re: Battery or Battery charger?? [Re: whnigt]
shut-up-and-fish Offline
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Registered: 02/08/10
Posts: 9249
Loc: Coppell Tx.

I recently had the same thing going on with mine on the cranking side. The battery was only at 1% and needed replaced. Once I replaced it the charger started working properly and charged my batteries....
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#11109629 - 09/17/15 12:25 PM Re: Battery or Battery charger?? [Re: whnigt]
ridinonthepad Offline
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Registered: 04/18/15
Posts: 92
Loc: Lake Texoma
Keep a test light and multimeter in the boat. It saves a lot of guessing.

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