Before beginning the charging operation, read the instructions that  come with the charger. Never attempt to charge a battery without first  reviewing the instruction of the charger being used. In addition to the  charger manufacturer’s instructions these general precautions should  be allowed: 

✔ Always charge batteries in a well-ventilated area and wear proper  eye protection. 

✔ Turn the charger and timer “OFF” before connecting the  charger’s cable to the battery to avoid dangerous sparks. ✔ Never try to charge a visibly damaged or frozen battery. ✔ Connect the charger’s cable to the battery; red positive (+) cable  to the positive (+) terminal and black negative (-) cable to the  negative (-) terminal. 

✔ Make sure that the cables to the connections are tight. ✔ Set the timer, turn the charger on, and slowly increase the  charging rate until the desired ampere value is reached. ✔ If the battery becomes hot or if violent gassing or spewing of  electrolytes occurs, reduce charging rate or temporarily  discontinue the charge. 

✔ Always turn charger “OFF” before removing the charger cables  from the battery to avoid dangerous sparks.

Fully Discharged

Sulfation of batteries starts when specific gravity falls below 1.220 or voltage measures less than
1.4 volts. Sulfation hardens the battery plates reducing and eventually destroying the ability of the
battery to generate Volts and Amps.

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