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alucard

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Hi all i am new to motorhoming and i would like some info on battery care.
I an able to leave the MH on a mains hook up all the time, and i would like to know if this will overcharge the leisure battery?, as i have just fitted a new battery and i dont want to damage it by overcharging.

Thanks in advance for any reply.:thumb:

PS think this is a great site:Smile:
 

Phil

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Oct 21, 2007
226
1
Herts
Funster No
682
MH
Coachbuilt
Exp
10 years
After your battery is fully charged the charger should automatically revert to maintenance charge and should be ok to leave the mains on. I normally have mine connected and on charge for the couple of months we are at home. Although a couple of days before we are due to set off I switch the charger over to cab battery to make sure the van is going to start first time.

Phil.
 

Digger Driver

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Oct 4, 2007
578
4
Lancashire
Funster No
541
MH
C Class
Exp
1
I have a battery and alternator tester like this one!
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Its hooked up to my leasure battery pack and gives me quick and easy to read status of the batteries all the time!
Just to be on the safe side!
 

euro

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May 23, 2008
55
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Lincoln, UK
Funster No
2,795
MH
Van Conversion
Exp
We are new to it
I have a battery and alternator tester like this one!
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Its hooked up to my leasure battery pack and gives me quick and easy to read status of the batteries all the time!
Just to be on the safe side!

Does this do anything that a meter doesn't do?
 

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