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Old 04-03-2009, 02:40   #31
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Thanks for the renewed attention folks. I can confirm that I did not remove any fluid. What I did do was to force the mixing in each cell by using the hydrometer to remove and immediately flush electrolyte back in. In the end, it was an 8-10 hour equalization that did the trick. That restored my batteries to acceptable working order and they have been gradually improving since.

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