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I need 24 volt interstate batteries for my jazzy power chair. How much are 2 of them?

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Well you don't need a 24 volt battery you will need 2 12 volt batteries for a total of 24 volts Contact any local Battery distributor or Interstate battery dealer. You will need 2 U1 sealed AGM or Gel cell batteries and the cost will be $175.00 to $218.00 for 2 batteries. After installing the new batteries be sure to charge before use and then charge every nite for the next 20 days. If you use the chair daily charge overnite If you don't use it daily always store fully charged and charge at least once a week Hope this helps you

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