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Resurrection - it IS able to awake a VERY VERY dead battery
April 1, 2017
I attached my cheepo float charger to maintain my 74 Honda CB360 battery. OOPS, dummy me forgot to plug in the charger! Three months later not only is the battery dead, also 2 of the cells are BONE dry. I put in distilled water to raise the 12Amp "flooded wet cell" liquid level to midpoint between the lines at the top. I attached a Fluke voltmeter and saw 3 volts, ouch - 50 or so for a new battery. I thought of my G3500 V2 (with "repair") and thought "why not". To my surprise it started to charge - took a mighty long time - about 14 hours on low setting. Next I ran "repair" till a green light (about 4 hours). As there was some "condensed solids" at the bottom of some cells, I made a marathon effort. I alternated between repair and low charge for three days, slowly as the bubbles rose; the solids dissolved and the bottom cleared. I was stunned. Would it start the long sitting cycle, and if so would the charge last at least a week? YES to both!! Frankly, I was 99% on the way to just ordering a new battery. I probably would but for the fact that my ancient 74 bike has a "kick starter". I am delighted with what the G3500 V2 did. A click on "this was helpful" would be appreciated.