So one of our marine batteries exploded!
Well, not exactly "exploded" -- but we came home one day this week to discover something liquidy and corrody leaking from the battery compartment -- and when we pulled the battery out, the casing had cracked wide open in a half-dozen places. Any thoughts at all about what could have caused this?
We've not had any electrical issues that I can remember -- and the battery was only 2 years old. The only thing I can think of is that we disconnected and then reconnected the main kill switch in our 1989 Excella a while back when we re-did the couch -- but that was last July, and we've traveled all around the country since then with no problems.
I'm hesitant to buy a new battery until I can pinpoint the problem -- whether it's something with our internal electrical system or something having to do with the power source from the park connection or something about the battery itself. Please help! (Thanks!)