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battery needs reconditioning

on Mon Dec 04, 2017 9:36 pm
Before saying battery needs reconditioning Always rotate your stocks. Batteries will discharge slowly, and a good rotation of stocks prevents the batteries to be flat during their storage. This allows you to ensure that the customer buys a good battery. On the back of the battery, a label indicates the expected time before having to charge it. This allows you to easily identify the Batteries The oldest and the most recent in stock. Please use the date of charging to ensure that the Batteries The oldest out of your stock in first. The date of charging is only indicative, given that the automatic unloading depends on the conditions of storage. Store the batteries in a cool, dry and well ventilated. Protect the batteries against the excessive heat. Do not stack the batteries on the other. (In order to avoid: scratches, the tearing of the labels or even damage to the terminals exceeding the cover). You can stack up to 3 batteries packaged under maximum film. Do not remove any seal charged batteries in the dry as long as you are not ready to be put into service the battery by filling it with acid. 37612
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