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Thursday,9 August, 2018
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Is there anyway of just using the shoreline to keep the batteries topped up thanks

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Yes. Why?

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Friday,10 August, 2018
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valentino46 said
Is there anyway of just using the shoreline to keep the batteries topped up thanks  

You will need a proper marine battery charger with 3 or 4 stages. Then you can leave it connected permanently. A cheap car type trickle charger is no good. 

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Friday,10 August, 2018
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Thanks for replying I’m a bit of a moron as soon as I asked for help,I remembered what I needed ,it’s a victron charger 😍thanks for help

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