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Old 03-22-2013, 01:50 PM   #41
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Thanks Lou.

Everything I needed. I'd read that thread before, along with many others, and couldn't remember where the data was listed.

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Old 03-22-2013, 03:29 PM   #42
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Thanks Lou.

Everything I needed. I'd read that thread before, along with many others, and couldn't remember where the data was listed.

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I used P1 and P2 as search terms in the green search box and limited the search to the FRF forum.

That thread was the first "hit."
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Old 03-22-2013, 04:36 PM   #43
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I read on this forum about the Power Pulse for sulfation build up on the plates, I installed it and I would be damned it really works, My battery's now stay up to full charge after a year using them without it. They are like new again. I couldn't belive it when I measured the volts before and after. Something to thing about. The company is PulseTech, I think I paid like $29.00 bucks, but it really works......
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I read on this forum about the Power Pulse for sulfation build up on the plates, I installed it and I would be damned it really works, My battery's now stay up to full charge after a year using them without it. They are like new again. I couldn't belive it when I measured the volts before and after. Something to thing about. The company is PulseTech, I think I paid like $29.00 bucks, but it really works......
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PulseTech PowerPulse 12 Volt 735X012 PP-12-L: Fishing & Marine : Walmart.com

You can get them cheaper on eBay.
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Since my 2 batteries are parallel, should I attach my alligator clips to both batteries ie one to + on one battery and the - to the other battery or can I just use one battery + and -?
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Since my 2 batteries are parallel, should I attach my alligator clips to both batteries ie one to + on one battery and the - to the other battery or can I just use one battery + and -?
hook pos. to the first battery and neg to the second battery...
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hook pos. to the first battery and neg to the second battery...
Ditto. Always use the positive on one end and the neg on the far end of your battery "stack". This keeps the resistance "per battery" the same allowing for even charge and discharge of the individual batteries.
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Thanks so much. I forgot to mention this is for running my Cpap.
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