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Old 06-10-2010, 11:52 PM
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Originally Posted by doru View Post
the FSU repeatedly discharged it, eventually killing it. It would not hold the charge anymore
Thanks for that story. Interestingly, my FSU was doing the same thing, as shown in this "How to diagnose what's wrong with a battery that goes dead once a month" thread.

In your case, it could be that the insoluble compounds formed while the battery was discharged by the FSU and then never went back into solution. The battery was, in essence, merely water instead of electrolyte.

I wonder if pouring sulfuric acid in at that point would have resurrected your dead battery that won't hold a charge?
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