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Noco on board charger #13276730 09/10/19 09:18 PM
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My 3 bank Noco on board charger just quite charging on 2 batteries. The charger is only 2 1/2 Years old. Is the normal time frame for these to last? Was this just bad luck.
I need to get another charger. Would anyone recommend staying with Noco or trying another brand?
Thanks,

Re: Noco on board charger [Re: pocove] #13276753 09/10/19 09:37 PM
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Three year warranty on the Noco.
If defective it's free replacement.

Re: Noco on board charger [Re: pocove] #13277150 09/11/19 11:37 AM
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My first one died but my second one is doing fine.

Re: Noco on board charger [Re: Dayne] #13277243 09/11/19 01:26 PM
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How long did your first charger last?
How old is the 2nd charger?

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Less than 1 year on the first one (warranty replacement). The second one is 2 years old. If it dies I won’t get a third one since the warranty is expired.

Re: Noco on board charger [Re: pocove] #13278904 09/12/19 07:44 PM
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Originally Posted by pocove
My 3 bank Noco on board charger just quite charging on 2 batteries. The charger is only 2 1/2 Years old. Is the normal time frame for these to last? Was this just bad luck.
I need to get another charger. Would anyone recommend staying with Noco or trying another brand?
Thanks,

When you say "quit charging" do you meant it will not power up at all on those two banks? Or are you saying the lights stay red and will not go green? Have you checked the voltage at the batteries when power was hooked up?

Re: Noco on board charger [Re: pocove] #13278915 09/12/19 07:51 PM
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Could have some dead cells in those batteries too especially if they're low or out of water.


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Originally Posted by GIG'EM AGGIES
Could have some dead cells in those batteries too especially if they're low or out of water.
Kind of what I was getting at. I have seen the lights not go green on them after charging for a day before. Then checked the batteries and they were low on water. Topped them off and plugged charger back in and the lights went green in about an hour.

Re: Noco on board charger [Re: pocove] #13280050 09/13/19 08:27 PM
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I've had my Noco 3 bank charger for over seven (7) years and never ever had any problem. It's never damaged a battery, matter of fact the batteries I'm using now are three years out and still perform great. If I had to replace it it definitely be another Noco, only it would be a 4 bank next.


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Re: Noco on board charger [Re: pocove] #13281299 09/15/19 11:23 AM
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The 2 trolling batteries are less than 3 months old and were working when I first got them. Last time I fished the trolling motor had no energy, so I thought maybe I forgot to charge the batteries after last use. I plugged I the charger in the afternoon and charged all night. The next day same thing, no power. I charged the batteries with my regular charger and they worked fine. So I guess now I will see if Noco stands behind their warranty.

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