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Old 11-04-2013, 08:33 PM   #11
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A turkey baster from the $1 store is very helpful for adding the distilled water into the individual battery cells. On my Georgetown the batteries are under the steps, and the furthest cells can be a little tough to fill. A turkey baster makes it easy.
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Progressive Dynamics has a great easy-to-understand article on RV converters and how lead acid batteries work, for anyone who may want to learn this:

How Lead Acid Batteries Work: Battery Basics from Progressive Dynamics
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