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Old 11-05-2015, 18:41   #16
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Re: battery/bilge pump storage question

Another option is to get one of those "trickle" charge solar panels from an auto partsd store that are intended to keep the battery up while on an extended vacation by placing on the dashboard. They don't put out enough to damage batteries by overcharging, yet enough to "top" them off They cost about $35 the last I looked.
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