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From: John De Armond
Newsgroups: rec.outdoors.rv-travel
Subject: Re: Battery Water Level
Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2001 21:10:37 -0400

Dave Krajcar wrote:
> Anyone know how to tell when you have enough water in the batteries?  Should
> you fill them to the brim?  Or just below or what?  Naturally, mine are in a
> side compartment that is almost impossible to look down at the cells.  (mine
> are T125's, big brother to the T105).

Get a battery filler bottle, the kind you used to see at service
stations where there still were service stations.  This is the type
that has a nozzle that goes into the cell and a valve that opens
when the nozzle is pressed down.  The water quits flowing when it
reaches the end of the nozzle.  No need to look at the cells, just
stick in the nozzle and wait for the gurgling to stop.  Most
batteries seem to have the full market at about the same depth but
if yours is more shallow, the tube can be cut off.


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