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How to Troubleshoot a GEM Car eHow

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GEM Charging Troubleshooting

Fault LED If your charger’s fault flashes, look for the number of it flashes to determine the type of Before proceeding, check the connections first.

For charger one flash on your light-emitting or LED, can mean high voltage. There is some of battery failure, an open or another source of power the battery. Disconnect those connections and check the battery’s

The charger will restart when this fault has cleared.

Two flashes on your LED can signal low battery voltage. In models, two flashes signal voltage out of range, meaning the voltage could be either too or too low. This signal that the battery has failed or is no battery connected.

Check and confirm the nominal battery which can be found in the first two of the four-digit model name of the That voltage should be the as the charger voltage. Once is corrected, the fault will automatically.

Three flashes indicate the battery failed to charge the allotted time. This happen if your battery’s is larger than designated by the


Five flashes alert you to of the charger during operation. You manually correct the fault by down, waiting 30 seconds and power. The charger will charging once the temperature has

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Assist this by placing the in a cooler location, rinsing the with low pressure and disengaging any mud may be blocking the vents of the charger.

If the AC LED is on and the charger won’t charge, your battery again. battery must be connected and in condition for the charger to begin Check nominal voltage and see this is not higher or lower the charger’s voltage.

Either will result in the charger not

Software revisions could the charger minimum-voltage starting Refer to the back of your manual for the software revision and the appropriate adjustment.

A strong sulfur odor or watering requirements of the battery may of a battery overcharging or a high temperature. Make sure the battery pack is not too small and the voltage is the same as the charger Make sure that the charge algorithm is correct. If it is a new the algorithm may have to be changed.

the instructions in your owner’s as to how to do this.

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