Yeah, I watched the voltage on the incoming leg with the Xantrex and with the analog meter. She's reading a solid 123 to 121 at 60 hz. Never noticed any drops in the charger. Funny when we pulled in all was working well.
Funny too right now at 6 am it seems to be working. I'll watch and let the enquiring minds know the results. My guess is after awhile it will go to 100+ amps and stop charging.
However maybe I need to just look far a small portable charger.
You know how these things work, it will only misbehave when tech support is closed.
Have you tried reducing the maximum charge rate yet?
I was not suggesting buying a backup charger just like mine as a previous poster misunderstood. I was suggesting buying a backup charger that is not hypersensitive to dirty shorepower and therefore does not shut itself down easily. Sorry, I should have been clearer.
Not yet, but that is an idea worth investigating. Right now I borrowed a neighbors 20 amp charger and so I'm getting the batteries back up. Then maybe I'll see. With the batteries up it won't draw that much power anyway so I can see without making an adjustment; or do you think the adjustment might need to be made anyway. I'm new with this "fancy" generation of chargers and still learning. But right now I'm not inclined to pull it apart or buy a replacement. Not till I get to check it somewhere else.