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    Sticky: Either is possible. Id bet its toast, but...

    Either is possible. Id bet its toast, but leaving it to charge a couple of days is free.
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    Sticky: Either is possible. I’d bet it’s toast, but...

    Either is possible. I’d bet it’s toast, but leaving it to charge a couple of days is free.
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    Sticky: 12.68V is probably too low for a fully charged...

    12.68V is probably too low for a fully charged Optima blue top battery. Everything but the 34 is supposed to measure over 13V at full charge.
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    Sticky: 12.68V is probably too low for a fully charged...

    12.68V is probably too low for a fully charged Optima blue top battery. Everything but the 34 is supposed to measure over 13V at full charge.
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    Sticky: The most likely issue is that your batteries are...

    The most likely issue is that your batteries are worn out. Every time you use them, they lose a little capacity, and the harder you use them the more capacity they lose. Next time you fish, take a...
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    Sticky: Likely input Voltage and frequency. US power for...

    Likely input Voltage and frequency. US power for small appliances is normally 120V, 60Hz.
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    Sticky: Call MK. Your charger has failed

    Call MK. Your charger has failed
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    Sticky: You won’t get good readings when the charger...

    You won’t get good readings when the charger isn’t connected to the battery.
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    Sticky: Check the fuse.

    Check the fuse.
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    Sticky: Swap the leads between batteries and see if the...

    Swap the leads between batteries and see if the problem stays with the battery or bank.
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    Sticky: I can't see your pictures, but the check...

    I can't see your pictures, but the check connection light usually indicates either a battery so dead it is below the safe to charge threshold or a blown fuse in the lead for that bank.
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    Sticky: Next thing I would try is to disconnect...

    Next thing I would try is to disconnect everything but the charger from the cranking battery before you plug the charger in when you get back from fishing.
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    Sticky: Current draw could be a compartment light or pump...

    Current draw could be a compartment light or pump stuck on or a problem in the outboard charging system.
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    Sticky: What specific cranking battery do you have now? ...

    What specific cranking battery do you have now?

    The 13.2 to 13.4V you are reading with the charger off indicates the charger has actually been in the maintenance mode. When you first unplug a...
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    Sticky: The flashing red and green indicates it's taking...

    The flashing red and green indicates it's taking too long to charge. Unplug and try again. The charger will only run for 3 hours if he batteries don't get above 10.5V. But 10.4V is extremely low to...
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