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E300 hello i have four batteries two are connected i would like to know how i connect other two like + to + or + to negative or do i use a separate switch,and if i can recharge them two at a time,Do i use two switches or just the one when recharging batteries

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The batteries all hook positive to negative in series then you can charg all at one time but if charger is only made to charg 2 batteries at once only charg 2 batteries you should have one positive cable and one nagative cable to hook cable

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Im not sure I understand your question. The E300 runs on 2 batteries at a time and they recharge in the unit. To replace them clnnect one + to the other - and the remaining + and - to the unit.

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