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Old 10-28-2013, 11:25 AM   #11
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For winter storage I to use a battery minder. However, during the summer when the battery is on the HTT, I never use it. From what I can tell, once I plug into shore power it takes about 14 hours to fully (100%) charge my battery from a weakened state. If the fuse is pulled there is almost no voltage leakage, so when I place the fuse back in, it is nearly at the same charge as I left it. If the TT is unplugged at home I plug it in a few days before a trip and turn on the frig (ac). By the time I am ready to leave it is fully charged and my frig is nice and cool. These new converters in the TTs are great as there is almost nothing you have to do.

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Old 10-29-2013, 04:00 AM   #12
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Travel Trailer Battery Charging

Originally Posted by Rustic Eagle View Post
I've used the "BatteryMINDER" for years when storing my batteries for the fact that it's a Charger, Maintainer, and Desulfator all in one. Check around because it can be had cheaper then it's suggested list price.
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