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   * the ‘dweller installs the battery bank in a location where it is not reachable for normal maintenance   * the ‘dweller installs the battery bank in a location where it is not reachable for normal maintenance
   * the ‘dweller needs to mount the battery on its side for some esoteric reason (or is 4×4 trekking so the RV itself can end up in weird angles)   * the ‘dweller needs to mount the battery on its side for some esoteric reason (or is 4×4 trekking so the RV itself can end up in weird angles)
-  * the ‘dweller chooses to run heavier-than-normal loads for the bank size (microwaves,​ electric coffeemakers,​ electric cooktops, etc). Note this means **the battery can be drained faster** (and bulk recharged faster), not that it provides more capacity.+  * the ‘dweller chooses to run heavier-than-normal ​[[electrical:​12v:​loads|loads]] ​for the bank size (microwaves,​ electric coffeemakers,​ electric cooktops, etc). Note this means **the battery can be drained faster** (and bulk recharged faster), not that it provides more capacity.
   * the ‘dweller has has an actual (not imagined) chemical hypersensitivity   * the ‘dweller has has an actual (not imagined) chemical hypersensitivity
   * the advanced ‘dweller is running a single battery for both house and starter systems (“[[electrical:​solar:​shallow_cycling|shallow cycling]]”) ​ <– not for beginners!   * the advanced ‘dweller is running a single battery for both house and starter systems (“[[electrical:​solar:​shallow_cycling|shallow cycling]]”) ​ <– not for beginners!
  
  
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