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Old 03-20-2017, 06:51 PM   #1
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Charging system

Not sure how to describe this so here goes. I have 08 TS envoy plugged into 30 amp service in my shed. I checked it yesterday on the magnum energy panel it says DC overload below that it says dc12.2v. Also the red fault light is on. Can anyone help me with this one.
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I found this in my Magnum manual: DC Overload is a condition where it has had a DC overload for more than a few seconds. To reset it you need to turn it off and back on. Make sure you don't have a short on the DC output of the charger section. Check your manual troubleshooting section.
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If you have flooded batteries, check the water. Low water will overload the charger.
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