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Unread 10-21-2011, 09:23 AM   #11
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Tater, welcome. Take some time to read the stickies at the top of this forum that are related to battery testing and care. It will all make more sense to you then. Main thing is to wait a little bit after unplugging the charger to get a realistic reading. I'd suggest taking the time to check out each battery, individually, per the information you read, and make sure they are all good. If you had some spillover while charging, it could be that one or more batts is weak and taking too long to charge and it's causing one or more of your others to boil over a little bit. I didn't have any boilover, but when I first got my cart, the pack would charge up to the proper voltage, but it turned out I had a bad battery and it would lose voltage very quickly after charging up.

Good luck and now open your wallet and start mod'ing. Haha. It's a sickness we all share. For my area, that's a decent price for that model cart in very good condition.
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Unread 10-23-2011, 09:38 PM   #12
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Hi,Thanks for the reply. I have been reading all the stickies about maintaining the batteries and i'm learning alot about them. I think the spillage that I was getting was from me being uneducated and overfilling them because when I first purchased the cart I used it for a couple of weeks with no leakage at all till I tried fixing something that wasn't broke yet. I have a bad habit of that....LOL
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