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Posted on Leaving Batteries on Charger

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Fred Hargis

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#1 posted 08-08-2017 08:06 PM

The newer (quality) chargers have solved the problems associated with leaving them in there. I still use a setup from the NiCad days where I have all my chargers plugged into a power strip and the strip is plugged into a 7 day electronic timer. It turns on for 2 hours (I think, can’t remember) once each week so I didn’t worry about the overcharging. I could probably ditch that now, but it’s not doing any harm.

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