How to Test AA Batteries?


If you want to save money by using batteries you have around the house you'll need to know how to test them it doesn't matter if you have AA batteries, C batteries or any other household battery. To test you'll need a multimeter. Set the meter to DVC scale. Next touch the positive end of the battery to the red probe and the negative end to the black probe. If the reading is 10% or more less than the original battery voltage (usually 1. 5 volts for an AA battery) than it is bad. Sorry! You can find more information at www. bobvila. com/HowTo_Library/Testing_Household_Batteries-Battery-F2238. html
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How to Test AA Batteries
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