A torch (flashlight) battery is a dry cell, and is not designed to be recharged.
Oh yes. They can dry out and your cells inside of your battery will be dry so there for your battery wont hold a charge. if its dry acid no it cant but will wear out. But wet batteries do dry out but some batteries like car battery can be topped off with acid fluid.
Add Distilled water to the battery and then charge it fully with a battery charger. Do not add tap water.
Yes after you add the electrolyte.
You answered your own question. Sealed dry or gel type battery need no maintenance other than keeping a full charge on them
charge it, turn it on, take out the battery and dry it with a towel
apparently 24 hrs
15 hours. To ensure maximum battery life, fully charge and run the battery dry the first time you use it.
Rf80-k aircrfat battery charger can charge all type of batteries dry and wet cells
Clean the battery up with baking soda and water then fully charge it. Store it in a cool dry location. Recharge the battery every 2 months.
No, it takes electricity to charge a battery.
No the battery don't have a magnetic charge.