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I have measured the resistance of the 2 centre cells that are "zero load" (no idea if they are producing or not but in theory they aren't) and I have 7Mohms. The others are giving us a reading of 3Mohms.
It looks like where you have you images stored is no longer working.
Yes they are
Well I can't see them on my end.
I can confirm the images don't appear in the US. The process of passivating and/or electropolishing stainless steel makes it more resistive to current flow. If you use the typical drycell/ +NNNNNN- setup you're going to get very little action, and need to use even more electrolyte.
I'm a fan of a full parallel setup myself, especially if you're going to passivate. You need a minute fraction of the electrolyte used with typical dry cell setup so there is less caustic/acidic action on the steel. You can also then actually use vinegar properly, and that's what I do. With vinegar each 12-14V parallel will pull 2 amps, so if you wanted to run 15 amps just run 7-8 cells.
For a given amount of watts, less amps and more volts will lead to less steel corrosion. I think the hydrogen community has had it backwards and has failed to excel past what Faraday postulated to be best back in his day. I've had astounding results with a heated wet cell.