> Speaking of batteries, don't expect to get more than three years life
> out of a five-year battery, even if you operate on battery only very
> occasionally for short periods.  After three years, some of the cells
> get weak and you will not get your expected run time out of them.  Not a
>  good place to cut corners.

Yes, and if you store dead ones for too long, the plates will start to
swell, eventually rupturing the jars, and contaminating your carpet with
lead salts.

If you don't already have a recycling depot to take them to, FIND ONE!

--
JHHL



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