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we have an exide inverter battery installed in our bathroom and there is this specific type of odour always. is it due to any harmful fumes being emitted through the battery. do these batteries emit harmful fumes?please help i am worried about my health
These are lead bateries so if the the batery is cracked anywhere then the fumes would be very toxic. However after searching online I could not find any instance where this has actually happened. the company that makes them is highly praised for their quality. They make batteries for all tryes of applications such as:
Just to list a few. You might have an electician come check out what the smell is. Either way it could be dangerous to breath and/or risk of fire.
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