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Nor'easters Club Workhorse Chassis Owner iRV2 No Limits Club
Join Date: Oct 2004
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Follow Windy's advise but use a stand alone 12V battery charger will charge batteries faster and if shore power cord is than left plugged in will keep your batteries fully charged.
Make sure your battery cut of switch is on also.
once the genny is running, or you are plugged in, check the charger status on the main panel, make sure the charger is on and charging.
As was said, you probably have a 100 amp charger, should bring the batteries up toot sweet.