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best battery charger How to Charge the Battery on an Exmark Zero Turn Mower

by:KEBO      2019-11-19
The 12-V battery on Exmark zero-The mower powers the electrical system of the mower, including the electric start-up function.If the mower is placed for a long time, especially during storage, the battery power may be low.The low battery does not maintain the power required to start the zero turn.Charge the battery regularly to keep the battery strong at 12.6 V.Switch the ignition switch to the "off" position on the mower.You don't want the battery to start unexpectedly when you charge it.Unlock the seat latch and tilt the seat forward.This will allow you to access the battery.Wear safety glasses and safety gloves.Remove any built-in using a wire brush-Acid or debris on battery terminals.Check the voltage of the battery with a digital voltmeter before charging.Connect the positive (red) cable of the voltmeter to the positive battery terminal.Connect the negative (black) cable to the negative battery terminal.Use the DCV settings on the voltmeter to read the current voltage of the battery.Check the reading on the voltmeter.If it reads less than 12.6 V, the battery needs to be charged.Use battery charger with 16-Voltage output, no more than 7 amps.Disconnect the negative battery cable from the battery.Connect the positive pole of the charger to the positive pole on the battery.Connect the negative (black) wire of the charger to the negative terminal on the battery.Turn on the battery charger and start charging the battery.Depending on the low level of battery charging, the charging time will vary.It may take 30 minutes to 6 hours or more to charge.Disconnect the battery charger once the battery reaches 12.6 V.
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