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CruzKing

Learned something new from You tube

Had an old battery Ni-CD for my trimmer, hadn't charged in 3 years and wouldn't charge. Watching Y T they showed taking a car battery at 50 amps sparking the Plus and minus poles.

I tried it hitting the battery 5 times getting a spark. Then stuck the battery into the charger and wow the battery charged full for the first time in 3 years. Full charge.

Yes it worked.

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Somehow I see a followup post from somebody else discussing electrical burns or exploded batteries after attempting this...

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Worked great on two old batterys that had not had  or held a charge for 3 years. no bam.
lol I tend to expect the worst while quietly hoping for the best in any and all situations...

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easy peasy and saved $50 bucks on each battery. I looked at several you tube posts , the easiest for me was the car battery charger. 4 sparks and done.

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On 7/9/2018 at 7:33 PM, Renfrick1 said:

Haha. That’s Greg’s new side kick JJ.


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Theres no way Greg could keep up with me running from any explosions!!

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