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    Okay - I struggle with the user manual for this ... it isnít what you would called detailed and the on line one is worse.
    For a Lithium battery, do you leave it on permanently ... and allow it to its thing and leave it connected? Or do you just use it once a month, if needed...
    i know that lithium batteries are meant to explode and take out the whole world, if not handled properly ....

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    Default Re: Noco genius g 1100

    You can leave the Noco on all the time and itíll run through maintenance charging and switch on and off when required.

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    Default Re: Noco genius g 1100

    Quote Originally Posted by Craigyboy9 View Post
    You can leave the Noco on all the time and it’ll run through maintenance charging and switch on and off when required.
    thanks

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