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    As long as there are no draws, is nothing to keep the charger from cycling through its stages to the float mode. Even a small draw and the charger keeps working.

    Is there a need to keep the switch in any position other then off?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MLA View Post
    As long as there are no draws, is nothing to keep the charger from cycling through its stages to the float mode. Even a small draw and the charger keeps working.

    Is there a need to keep the switch in any position other then off?
    LOL. Need??? No.

    Laziness, yes. the Perko switch is mounted under the observer seat cushion. So to access it, I have to pull the cushion out. It's a lot easier to just swing the door open and grab the plug vs. having to pull that cushion to do both.

    Same reason I never bother pulling the drain plug. Just easier to not do it. LOL. (and we don't have the muscle problem, so that's a non issue.)
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    1992 Supra Sunsport. **SOLD** 2k pounds ballast, Surf System, Blue LED's everywhere, decent audio system.


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