Suddenly leisure batteries dead

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My transformer was buzzing a little while ago and now have done the upgrade thanks to Linda but what were very good batteries are suddenly no good.

Is it possible this dying transformer has killed them?
 
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Hi John
Are these the original American batteries?

They are American batteries Linda but new in 2005 with Walmart invoice attached to each.

They were also A1 up till just prior to the noisy transformer.

I do have 2 spare 110 amp leisure batteries from my caravaning days.

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We always change the yank batteries when we bring the RVs in, for some reason they never stand up to the freezing British winters.

Feel free to give JC a bell tomorrow if you need any help :winky:
 
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I will need to change my battery terminals and leads.
 

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Most likley frost bite killed em John I sold out of batterys by Wed dinner this week
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