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Question for Remote/battery operated trolley owners


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#1 LottaBalata

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Posted 18 November 2012 - 04:37 PM

The instructions say to leave the battery charger connected when the batt is not in use.  BUT, I don't plan on golfing til March or April. . .

So, do I leave it on the charger for the ENTIRE winter??

Its my first battery op-trolley, sorry for the newbness.

Thanks for any info,

Chet


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Posted 19 November 2012 - 10:03 AM

If your trolly is new (built within the past 2-3 years) then follow the manufacturers instructions. Usually SOMETIMES, the charger has a switch on it for long term storage, this cycles/drains/trickle charges the battery.

If I know I'm going to spend a day in the garage over the winter. I'll prop up the drive wheels and let my cart run until the battery dies. I usually do this about once a month.

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Posted 03 December 2012 - 12:54 AM

My Clubrunner came with an advanced charger system that is good to leave on the battery at all times while not in use.  If your system is  similar, just do that as well during your winter of non-golf.  (Too bad, I live in AZ - I can play some in the winter!)

Actually, warranty being two years for my cart, I feel obliged to do so with the charger/battery.  Good luck and enjoy Not Pushing, like the pros with a caddy! :wave:

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