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  1. Anyone know why this light is showing "Low" but when I test the battery condition via the panel it's full. ?
  2. Pardon my ignorance and thanks for any and all help. I have an '85 Sea Breeze and am wondering if I can run my outlets off of my coach battery? It works when plugged in to 110 but hoping there is a switch somewhere to allow the 12 volt to run the outlets. Also, my coach battery, while old, worked well then weakened and lost all power. I plugged my RV in (supposedly charges both engine and coach batteries) and left it for a few days (I have done this before and thought it was appropriate). Nada. I hooked it up to a battery charger and later realized it was almost completely dry and of course would not hold a charge. It seems by leaving it hooked up to 110 I may have boiled the water out of the battery. I read online that sometimes an RV's charger can take batteries to 13.4 volts which will do this to a battery. Is that bunk? Or should I not charge my coach (and engine) battery by plugging my rv into 110? Again, Thanks for any help. Bassnwhaler
  3. taketombow

    Trickle Down Charger

    I want to keep both engine battery and coach battery recharged while I'm away from home. So I looked into trickle down chargers with a solar panel. If I use this to charge the engine battery, does it also charge the coach battery? Or do I have to buy a separate one for the coach battery?
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