Originally Posted by rstoro
We have a 2010 Georgetown 350, noticed the( house) batteries are leaking acid, we have cleaned the batteries with a battery cleaning solution and the leaking acid has returned. Has anyone else had this problem and does this mean we need new batteries. They are now two years old ( We have had no problem with the electric/battrey use??
R & S
The way you state leaking, it means the "acid" is sticking to metal parts nearby such as terminals and steel structures? If this is the case most likely your charger is in overdrive and vaporizing, very low rate, the batt solution so its leaving the caps. Since its vapor it condenses on the nearlest cool metals including the positive terminal and nearby bare steel. Maybe you can check into adjusting the charger to a lower rate at trickle.