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LwnmwnMan2

Pro Mariner 100 Charger

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Just wondering about this. We've got a Pro Mariner Charger, 100 series, hooked to two different batteries.

We were charging them this evening, and the charger was EXTREMELY hot, to the point where we couldn't touch the charger for more than 3-4 seconds, much like when you try to take a hot bowl of soup out of the microwave without pot holders.

Anyways, I was wondering if anyone else has this charger, and if it runs quite warm when you're charging with it.

This was before we went fishing, and everything worked fine while we were out there, so I don't THINK we've got a bad battery, which is almost what it seems like, that we're trying to charge a short, hence the heat.

Anyone else got a hot (not stolen) charger??

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