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1. All battery charging will take place on table one. No other table is identified for this process.
It is recommended that a two person team lift batteries at all times dependent on current situation and the available room to work within.

2. Place clean and labeled battery on top of table one. Organize batteries in a neat manner, only two batteries deep and not to overhang the table top. The lower shelf will be used for overflow storage only. All batteries will be charged using the table top.
3. All wet cell batteries will be topped off with distilled water located on table 4 as per manufacturers specs or as instructed in the vehicle -10. When battery is topped off return distilled water to table 4.
4. Once batteries are organized on top shelf you will install electrical leads on pallet charger that are stored on the battery cage. The leads are connected to the battery that has been identified to be charged and the electrical plug is connected to the outlet located on the pallet charger.
5. The label that was placed onto the battery earlier will now be filled out. You will place a date on to the label and place an (X) next to the 1 charge attempt line (see picture 1). This signifies that you have installed the leads to the battery for the first charge attempt and also signifies this is attempt number 1 to bring the battery to FMC.
6. A pallet charger can charge up to 12 batteries at once, but only one charger can be powered by an outlet at anytime. Up to 24 batteries can be...

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