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Question – Battery Charger Safety

Can I keep my battery charger plugged in all summer?

Is it safe to keep my 18v battery charger for my weed wacker plugged into the wall during the summer when I am using it all the time?

Check the instructions that came with your weed wacker. Some units allow the charger to be plugged in continuously, others may instruct you to charge the unit for a given number of hours. Play it safe – Check with the documentation or Google the model number.

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