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on board charger/batteries/ventilation

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1forwalleye

i have a minnkota onboard charger hooked up to my 24v batteries. i believe there is suppose to be adequate ventilation when charging. should i install some sort of vent so I can keep my battery compartments closed? until now i have just kept a lid open but i am thinking about installing a plug so I can just plug the ext. cord into that while the boat is at the dock. any comments or suggestions would be appreciated. what do others do? thank you.

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PerchJerker

I try to leave my lid open when charging, or prop something in there like a towel or life jacket to keep it cracked open a couple of inches.

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picksbigwagon

I actually attached my on board charger to the lid of my storage area, that way when I charged i just flipped up the lid and left it open. Of course I had to make sure it was sitting in the shade, which isn't hard in my driveway

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Valv

You do want to keep battery area ventilated while charging, the gases released are highly flamable. Leaving the lid open is best way to assure proper ventilation.

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