Originally Posted by f1100turbo
I live mine plugged in 24/7 365 .
never had an issue.
most newer units have a 3 stage charging system as mine does
1st bulk charge
2nd absorption charge
3rd float charge
After asking the question in another post, I was told best option was to remove battery, hook up trickle charger and store it.
I would prefer do nothing, just leave it plugged in into the trailer as I would during the summer. I was really confused about this because why is it ok to leave plugged in during summer and not during winter? was told it could hurt the battery.
After reading this thread, I get different answers so what is the verdict?
I have a WFC 8955PEC 3 stage converter.
Can/should I just leave the battery on, connected to trailer, all breakers on, just do nothing? or should I disconnect from trailer and attach a trickle charger?
does the cold climate have anything to do with it?