Or the battery is. Take the battery out and take it to your local autoparts shop and have them load test it.
BTW, you'd be better off with a good single bank charger and using something like an ACR, echocharger or duocharge unit to charge the first bank. Connect the charger to the house bank, and then use one of the above units to keep the starting bank topped of. The single bank chargers tend to be more robust and reliable compared to the multi-bank units. A good brand of charger to get is the Iota brand--they have a smart charger series that is very reasonably priced.
Bank1 is the engine battery(interstate), bank2 is house (2 - 6 volt trojans). And again bank2 behaves normally when charging but bank1 never drops below 14 volts?? Fyi my 1-2-both switch is on bank2 so theoretically bank1 should not be discharging at all.
Oh, its a 2 bank Guest 2611 10 amp charger.
I guess the charger is fried?
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