These threads always bother me (mostly because of the answers , not the questions) and I have in the past always stayed silent , so my lawyer is just going to have to have the heebie-jeebies while I post.
Let's first establish that the charger is protecting us from potential harm/fire/ect. It is doing it's job.
Let's also establish that we aren't "recovering" , "reviving" a "dead" or "worthless" lipo cell or pack.
Let's also establish that there's a good reason that one or more cell went below the normal range , it is our first job to figure out WHY.
The very first thing to check is each cell's voltage and if they are fairly equal and close to the lower end of the voltage range then we can probably just charge the pack as a normal series pack.