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Old 10-30-2013, 06:08 PM   #11
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Your on board converter, in short, goes through a three stage process when your house batteries are low. The last step is a float charge. But, I have read on other sites, that batteries can boil off over time when plugged in to shore power over months of storage. I have used a float charger over the storage period with no issue. I suggest putting it on a timer as a precaution, and run it a couple hours a day.

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