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Old 06-05-2012, 10:17 AM   #11
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From post #10, "A good quality charger is BOTH current and voltage limited.
And not tricked so easily."

And when did you ever see a "good quality" charger in a camper. Sorry, not wanting to start a war. It could be either, but disconnecting the battery is cheap, fast, and easy, and will tell a lot. And neither of us know what converter or battery the OP has.
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Old 06-05-2012, 01:50 PM   #12
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From post #10, "A good quality charger is BOTH current and voltage limited.
And not tricked so easily."

And when did you ever see a "good quality" charger in a camper.
You didn't listen to the salesman???
Seriously, I get the idea that some of the third
party replacements may be, at least, close to
good quality. OEM stuff? Yeah OK.


Sorry, not wanting to start a war. It could be either, but disconnecting the battery is cheap, fast, and easy, and will tell a lot. And neither of us know what converter or battery the OP has.
Nope, we don't.
And I hope that he doesn't connect a fresh battery
to a questionable charger, thinking the problem
is solved. Seems a lot more likely
the charger is the primary culprit.....
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