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Battery Tender Help Needed

 
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Old 03-21-2019, 09:57 AM
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Originally Posted by Andy from Sandy View Post
If your bike is the same as Vernal's then the tender will be a spare part to plug into connector 281B, so no cutting necessary.
Andy I believe he is referring to 281B.

Papa if it's too melted to use and not causing a problem you could wrap it up under the side cover and install a new one to the battery. Or you could cut the bad end off the one you have and splice a new end on. If it were mine I'd solder a new end on and cover the splice with good heat shrink.
 
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Originally Posted by Andy from Sandy View Post
If your bike is the same as Vernal's then the tender will be a spare part to plug into connector 281B, so no cutting necessary.
Connector 281B is the tender connector itself.

Still needs to be wired to the bike as mentioned in post #13.
 
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Old 03-21-2019, 10:52 AM
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Okay, thank you.
 
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Old 03-21-2019, 06:58 PM
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Originally Posted by Vernal View Post
Andy I believe he is referring to 281B.

Papa if it's too melted to use and not causing a problem you could wrap it up under the side cover and install a new one to the battery. Or you could cut the bad end off the one you have and splice a new end on. If it were mine I'd solder a new end on and cover the splice with good heat shrink.
I plugged my charger into the melted end and it charges. I'm buying a 18" extension to add to the current connector
 
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