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  1. #1
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    Default Where to put my on-board charger port?

    I just installed an onboard charger and I'm not sure where to mount the charger port? I was thinking the back of the boat but I'm nervous to drill that big of a hole in the back of the boat! Any suggestions or even pics would be great!! Thanks
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    I wouldn't install that port. My charger is just inside then compartment behind the observers seat and the cord/plug is easy enough to grab and plug into an extension cord.
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    I def wouldn't install it on an exterior wall. I'd put it on an interior wall that's easy to get to by just lifting up the cover. Example: rear ski locker.

    If really needed at all, like Drew said.
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    Those plugs are common to bassboats and they are all installed on an interior wall.

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    Sorry to hijack but still in the charger theme. Can I pulg in the charger with the boat covered up for extended periods of time. like a week at a time. the manual says you need ventilation? Dont want to blowed up the new moombie...
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    2012 Möbius XLV~ Loaded & Exiled
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmvotto View Post
    Sorry to hijack but still in the charger theme. Can I pulg in the charger with the boat covered up for extended periods of time. like a week at a time. the manual says you need ventilation? Dont want to blowed up the new moombie...
    Mine has been plugged in and covered all winter.

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