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Old 07-12-2013, 02:38 AM   #1
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Charge Wizard

I recently bought a 2003 Sandpiper toyhauler. It came with the charge wizard installed. From what I read it is kind of a battery maintainer. The question I have is if I plug the trailer into the house, a 110 outlet, will it keep the batteries fully charged??? Or do I need to hook up a battery tender??? Do they make an adaptor so I can plug it into a regular 110 outlet??

This is what my rv plug looks like:

Prime RV Adapter, 50 Amp Plug and 30 Amp Connector, Black: Electrical : Walmart.com
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Old 07-12-2013, 08:44 AM   #2
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I recently bought a 2003 Sandpiper toyhauler. It came with the charge wizard installed. From what I read it is kind of a battery maintainer. The question I have is if I plug the trailer into the house, a 110 outlet, will it keep the batteries fully charged??? Or do I need to hook up a battery tender??? Do they make an adaptor so I can plug it into a regular 110 outlet??

This is what my rv plug looks like:

Prime RV Adapter, 50 Amp Plug and 30 Amp Connector, Black: Electrical : Walmart.com
Yes if you leave it plugged in it will charge the batteries.

http://progressivedyn.com/mobi/charge_wizard.html
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