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11pm almost forget to take my fancy charger inside!! Happened the other night. Had to check security cams to determine morning dew. Walk me out, in the morning dew, my honey.

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I built a charging circuit that would at least partially revive a lead acid battery. Pitched it with a whole bunch of other junk. Simple circuit, large cap, bridge and power switch

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wopachop wrote:

Does it turn open circuit because of a mechanical failure? Or does the chemistry flip back and forth?

It's strange how my charger voltage display will turn on and off, just as if the battery was a switch and turning on and off. Just seems like a mechanical failure would be permanent. So I dont think it's that.


Then you have never seen an internal strap connection "lift off" (go open) then cool and reconnect then. It happens.


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