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Battery charging do's and don’ts

Are there any do's and donts while charging a battery?

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ABSOLUTELY NO SMOKING, SPARKS OR FLAMES AROUND CHARGING BATTERIES. Charging gives off hydrogen and oxygen, which explode if ignited.

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Agree with Anna. Also, don't overcharge a battery -- if you don't have an automatic charger, make sure you disconnect it once battery is fully charged. A voltage tester ($10-20 at an electronics store) is a cheap way to check on this.

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