If the peak cutoff is set too high the pack can overheat. I dont know if your charger cuts off at max battery capacity or not the instructions werent clear. If it does set this just a little more than the capacity of your cells to use as a failsafe to prevent overcharging if the peak detect fails for some reason. Your charger sets the peak per pack not per cell like some chargers. Mine for a 6 cell pack is set at 3mv per cell wich on yours would be 18mv, 6 cells X3 =18mv. I would start there and use the temperature probe for your charger with a cutoff of 120F to 130F. enable both the peak cutoff and the temperature cutoff. If your pack peaks first before the temperature reaches at least 120F raise your peak cutoff a notch wich in your case would be by 6mv up to 24mv. And restart the charger again. Do this till you reach the right temperature to find the optimum peak setting for your charger. I read the dynochargers instructions and i didnt see where they recomended a good starting point so start at the low and work your way up.
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