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gcharte

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This may have been answered in some way shape or form but I feel compelled to ask one more time. We store our motorhome which is plugged in from November through April, I have installed a trickle charger that uses the over flow from the house batteries to the cranking battery which hopefully means my batteries are kept charged all winter long. We live in the northeast and really don't have severe severe winter weather. Can I live the batteries in or should I remove them, we'll be out of town so the batteries left in have a bettery chance of remaining charged.


Thanks all
 

gcharte

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I installed the Trik L Start just after labor day week and so far it's been working fine!



Thanks,

Gary
 

Alfa38User

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Don't forget to verify the water level in the batteries and add distilled water where necessary before leaving them for any extended period of time. Check again on your return.
 
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