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It would if the socket works with the ignition off. Some cheap Chinese ones on ebay come with a plug on ready but I wouldn't trust them to keep a PP3 charged never mind a big battery.
How will you keep the leisure battery charged?
Neither myself nor Mrs.L like the heat, so the British climate is mainly fine for us. But my question still stands... is there any reason not to remove the batteries and keep them trickle charged at home?
------------- Two drifters off to see the world.
Northumberland in May (V.good).
Not sure where next.
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On a slightly different topic,as it'll be left sitting, without ehu, don't forget to thoroughly drain the water system..
(by "blowing" it through using the "floe" procedure(but not necessarily their kit) if needs be.. http://www.keepfloeing.com/products-motorhome.html
I switched to draining down our last MH using the above method, after having our taps damaged by frost/ice, in our supposedly fully drained down van...
(we had an onboard freshwater tank, so it was easy enough to access the main feed pipe to pressurize it, without any need for the Floe fittings).