tcbrow Posted December 2, 2022 Share Posted December 2, 2022 My house batteries ran down and my CO detector was chirping. I realized my charger wasn't charging (showed "Float"). I read on here earlier how all breakers controlled by the Energy Management System need to be working properly (particularly the washer/dryer breaker). Of course I can't find that thread now. I cycled all the breakers and the charger came back on. The next day batteries were low again and the charger was showing "Float". I cycled all breakers again, loosened and retightened the wire screws and "polished" the contacts. The next day same as before. I replaced all breakers on that side of the breaker box. Same result. The charger comes on after an approximate 30 second delay. Amps rise from 0 to 5, display switches from Float to Bulk and the voltage rises to 14-14.5. But it only stays on for about 2 minutes. What next? Thanks, Tom Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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