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Old 14-07-2018, 15:41   #1
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7 month shut down

Seeking some advice - about to leave boat in a marina in Curaçao for the hurricane season and a bit (7 months all up). Intend switching off all panel switches which will just leave bilge pumps & alarms on and disconnecting from shore power; leaving solar panels to keep batteries topped up (house & start batteries). Question - do I also switch off mastervolt charger/inverter combo (it uses negligible power in standby mode, but may be good to keep power flowing through it)?
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