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Old 01-26-2016, 12:47 PM   #21
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I doubt if your scheme to disconnect the battery and charge it with an external small battery charger will cause any harm but I can't envision a normal situation where your converter wouldn't charge your batteries faster than the external 12 to 15-amp battery charger and do it without the hassle of messing with a battery charger.

Standard WFCO converters supply between 45 and 100 amps of power, depending on the model, to charge your battery and run any 12-volt needs of your RV.
Thanks, I'm trying to figure out what my WFCO will do. My battery was down to 70% or 2.6 volts and the WFCO only put out 1.3 amps when charged it. I agree that's the best way if the charger will put out some decent amps/ voltage.

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Old 01-26-2016, 03:48 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by Skyliner View Post
How do you know with your converter that your batteries are fully charged? I don't see any charge status indicators on WFCO converters.
I use a voltmeter.

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