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The BQ76200 enable pins have a 1M typical pull down, but the test condition is with power and the pull downs have a wide tolerance. Depending on your board layout there could be crosstalk to the signals for the enable pins and you might see a transient on the pins. Since the charge pump takes some time to start, transient output on CHG and DSG is not expected.
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