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Old 06-21-2012, 01:27 PM   #15
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My batteries are easy to get to as they are under the steps. I'll have to get DH to check out the water systems. Probably another dumb Question: do the water systems stay hooked up all the time? if so, where is the water kept?
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My batteries are easy to get to as they are under the steps. I'll have to get DH to check out the water systems. Probably another dumb Question: do the water systems stay hooked up all the time? if so, where is the water kept?
No dumb questions here. The system should come with a clear nose and a squeeze bulb. You insert the open end of the hose into a container of distilled water, and connect the other end to the watering system. You then hand pump the water until the bulb gets too hard to squeeze anymore.

I modified mine a bit. I use a spotless water system when I wash my coach. The spotless system creates deionized water, which is approved for use in flooded cell batteries. I created a garden hose connection with a water vane, and fill my batteries up with my garden hose instead the above method. This isn't for everyone, but works great for me.

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