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Old 06-27-2007, 08:05 AM   #1
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This week has been nothing but electrical problems. We had a power outage and lost our transfer switch due to a power surge. After replacing the switch and installing a surage protector may couch batteries have 11.75 volts. The system does not seem to be charging. Batteries have water and are only 3 mos. old. Any ideas?
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This week has been nothing but electrical problems. We had a power outage and lost our transfer switch due to a power surge. After replacing the switch and installing a surage protector may couch batteries have 11.75 volts. The system does not seem to be charging. Batteries have water and are only 3 mos. old. Any ideas?
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Update.. I guess with all the problems somehow the chargibg system got confuessed. I turned eveything off and hit the battery disconnect switch. When all systems came back on battery charging started. Good thing to remenber... Fresh start
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