Winterizing

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rubysamm

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Joined
Oct 8, 2005
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81
Location
Rhode Island
For those of us who can't winterize by going SOUTH.... Do you recommend to completely remove battery and store in warm dry location?  or should I leave the 5er plugged in and continue to let the battery charge from a/c?  In the past with the class c I simply flipped the switch (power battery on off switch) into the off position and than ran the coach 4 or 5 times during the winter to charge. 
I have access to power and can either plug it in once a month or remove battery alltogether?
 

sierramann

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Joined
May 15, 2006
Posts
64
Location
Hampton, New Brunswick
i took my battery out of my FW and keep it inside. i bought a trickle charger and charge the battery every now and then. you could keep the battery in the trailer, as long as you keep it fully charged. my friend has a solar panel on the roof of his TT. works excellent. keeps the battery topped off all the time.
 
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