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Ok. Just for basic procedure, a dry battery must be slow charged ( 2-3 amp) for 6 or more hours, then sit for an hour or two. It's a long process. It's more than just adding electrolyte and fast charging and expecting the battery to be ready.
If you did not use this basic procedure, the battery is not necessarily optimal yet.
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Last edited by rvcycleguy; 10-12-2012 at 08:23 PM.