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Old 30-11-2016, 08:35   #31
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Re: Method to keep plug in outlet

I keep plugged in to shore power when ever in the slip.
Keeps batteries charged to run bilge pumps, dehumidifier, heater to prevent freezing in winter.
When I leave the slip I always take the cord with me.
As far as I know, everyone in the marina is plugged in 24/7
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