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Charge those batteries!


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Hey guys,

It's about that time again. No, not for hard water unfortunately, but to charge your portable electronics batteries. Your flasher, camera and auger batteries will greatly appreciate a little juice, and keep sulfite from building on the battery plates.

T-minus 5 months and counting!

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I mark on my calendar when I charge my batteries! Once a month wether it needs it or not, they get put on the smart-charger for at least 2-4 hours even if the fully charged green light is on! I check the voltage with a volt meter to see how many volts it's holding before charging to determine how long to charge.

Git-R-done! grin

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I'm amazed every year at my Ice Gator batteries. Every summer, I put them on the charger a couple of times, and not one time has it charged for over a minute or two before the light turns green. They're just vex batteries in the pack, but they sure hold their charge.

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