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Black+Decker BC15BD Fully Automatic 15-Amp 12V Bench Battery Charger/Maintainer

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Throw it on engine start mode for a few minutes...battery will get enough voltage for the charge mode voltage check to pass...then change it to charge mode. Just went through this yesterday.
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I've been through the cheapest ones that are copes of battery tender, they worked for maintaining a battery but no float. Had to keep unplugging and re plugging in. I've used battery tender for a year, I preferred the Schumacher all the way around for 44 Bucks. I've brought batteries that have been dead for weeks back to near capacity. I like the fact it tells you what percent is charged and it just works. Desulfurization mode also works. From a sat for 8 months Honda battery to a sat for 10 months Porsche battery, it never failed once. Get the Schumacher is my choice. I wasted enough money on these things to sink a boat. 44 bucks, it's not slick at all but quality is worth it when you just saved 300 bucks in replacing batteries. Heck this is the one I use it can do Marine Batteries though I have zero experience doing that. http://www.walmart.com/ip/Schumac.../563031222
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How's this compare to Battery Tender?
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How's this compare to Battery Tender?
These are all the same IMO. Just pay attention to the amperage and return policy. I used a black and decker low amp tender on a couple of car batteries and lawn mower
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These are ok. One problem with this style is if battery is too low (under 7volts maybe) the charger doesn't think a battery is connected. So when you really need it, you got nothing.

Also my first one a couple years ago died before 1 year. Warranty was a hassle so I bought a new one and returned the dead one as defective.
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These are ok. One problem with this style is if battery is too low (under 7volts maybe) the charger doesn't think a battery is connected. So when you really need it, you got nothing.
Throw it on engine start mode for a few minutes...battery will get enough voltage for the charge mode voltage check to pass...then change it to charge mode. Just went through this yesterday.
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How's this compare to Battery Tender?
I've been through the cheapest ones that are copes of battery tender, they worked for maintaining a battery but no float. Had to keep unplugging and re plugging in. I've used battery tender for a year, I preferred the Schumacher all the way around for 44 Bucks. I've brought batteries that have been dead for weeks back to near capacity. I like the fact it tells you what percent is charged and it just works. Desulfurization mode also works. From a sat for 8 months Honda battery to a sat for 10 months Porsche battery, it never failed once. Get the Schumacher is my choice. I wasted enough money on these things to sink a boat. 44 bucks, it's not slick at all but quality is worth it when you just saved 300 bucks in replacing batteries. Heck this is the one I use it can do Marine Batteries though I have zero experience doing that. http://www.walmart.com/ip/Schumac.../563031222
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These are ok. One problem with this style is if battery is too low (under 7volts maybe) the charger doesn't think a battery is connected. So when you really need it, you got nothing.

Also my first one a couple years ago died before 1 year. Warranty was a hassle so I bought a new one and returned the dead one as defective.
Well if your battery is under 7V, it's not the problem with the charger any more. You need a new battery.
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Throw it on engine start mode for a few minutes...battery will get enough voltage for the charge mode voltage check to pass...then change it to charge mode. Just went through this yesterday.
That doesn't work, it thinks there is no battery attached.
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Well if your battery is under 7V, it's not the problem with the charger any more. You need a new battery.
I agree it's a bad battery but that's not the point i was making. these can't recognize a battery that low and get the lawn tractor going. I did get the dewalt charger and it's much much better.
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Throw it on engine start mode for a few minutes...battery will get enough voltage for the charge mode voltage check to pass...then change it to charge mode. Just went through this yesterday.
Went through it today doesnt work (my battery was 2v) ... has to trick it with a spare 12v hooked up in paralell
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There is a video out there of this thing starting a fire on a car, stay away! My friend has this and it is junk.
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I have it and used several times on different cars when I had battery problems. Works great for me, I would recommend. I'm surprised by all the negative comments.
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