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Old 01-04-2003, 05:27 AM   #1
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Battery Cut-off Switch

Not being retired yet, we store the Montana for extended periods during the winter in the back yard. I keep the power hooked to the unit to run the electric box heater, dehumidifier, etc. My concern is overcharging the battery by leaving it hooked up to power full time. Have considered installing a cut-off switch on the battery lead. Is this necessary or is it ok just to charge the battery full time?

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