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Old 04-28-2006, 02:15 PM   #1
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Unhappy lrp pulser charger woes !!!!!

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im kinda new to this scene i have a problem with my lrp pulsar charger it refuses to charge nd brings an erro message when connected that says

charge interrupt input failed

looked at the trouble guide checked internal fuse and input battery volts and another battery too all to no avail has anyone else had this trouble ???????

its not been in water or anything like that charged a battery put it away got it back out again and major probs help me please anyone

also schumacher mi2 any guys out there running one what do you think ??
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Old 04-28-2006, 02:29 PM   #2
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Is it new?

What power supply are you using?

If your using a 12v battery, is it fully charged?
Could you try a different power supply?

If it still doesnt work, contact LRP would be my guess.
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Old 04-28-2006, 02:47 PM   #3
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it sounds like it's the powersupply. You have to make sure you aren't exceeding the ratings and that it's putting out a solid 12-14v for the lrp. Anything less than 11.8 will stop the charge process (i've done sone testing)--Al
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check the fuses inside.. and replace it if its blowned... check all the solderings if the wires are soldered well.. but if u bought it BrandNew no need to worry about solders..
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It doesnt sound like a problem with the voltage going into it,but if you want to totally eliminate the possability try and find someone with a good mains power supply that they use for their charger and see if it operates properly then,as I say its just a logical way of totally eliminating one possability
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