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    It might also save some wear and tear on your pack as a whole if replacing the battery helps keep the pack from sagging down below recommended voltage levels as often...

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    Richard:
    I get 80 volts on my 20 pack in my GPR-S and it's 2 years old. Sounds like something is wrong to me.

    ChuckJ
    Last edited by ChuckJ; 22 October 2010 at 0931.

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    I just received a "new" used battery from Harlan and plan to replace the one that is shorted in my pack tomorrow. I can get 84 volts as soon as I pull the charger plug. But if I wait a day, the pack drops to 76.8 volts. By replacing the dead cell, I would imagine that I should see about 80 volts, once things balance out. I am keeping my fingers crossed and will report on the results as soon as I can install the new battery and have a chance to ride around. (I hope I don't break anything.) Now all I need is some dry weather. It looks like rain all weekend.

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    Hey Richard, how did all this work out?

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    Keep an eye out for "Sparky's Saga" that I am currently writing.

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