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Old 11-10-2015, 09:36 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Two Love's View Post
If I leave my Jayco Melbourne plugged into shore power all winter are the 2 house batteries & 1 chassis battery being charged?
Can't speak to your specific instance, but we find trickle-chargers a real lifesaver for keeping batteries charged. We use one for a classic that we don't always drive, thanks to the advice of our mechanic. There are both plug-in and solar trickle-chargers - you might want to look into them.

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