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What Do The Labels On My RVs Battery Gauge Mean?

In our Sunnybrook camper, the battery gauge, when we test it, shows one of these options; E F C G...Could someone tell me what these stand for? I know E=empty,f=full, but then what?

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The C stands for Charging to show when the batteries are receiving a charge from your Converter or Solar Charger.

The E stands for Excellent. The batteries are fully charged.

The G stands for Good. The batteries are not full but you still have enough juice to power your 12 volt accessories in your RV.

The F stands for Fair. The batteries should be charged.

I hope this helps.

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