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Battery 14 years 3 months ago #3286

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How often do you have to charge your battery during the winter months when your caravan is not in use.My batteryn is flat at the moment.
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Battery 14 years 3 months ago #3287

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Donal, you need to fully charge it NOW and then either keep it on an automatic charger which switches to maintainenece mode when fully charged, or recharge it every 2 months over the winter period
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Battery 14 years 3 months ago #3288

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If you cannot keep it on charge from mains, consider a solar panel charger. even in these dark days there should be enough sunlight to keep it topped up. Also check that nothing remains connected and thus taking a small current - could be built-in radio perhaps ?

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