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Do i have to remove battery cables to store for 6 months

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  • vicki beck Nov 06, 2012

    we will not be using pronto m 51 powerdhair for 6 months.what do i do too maintain batterys do i remove battery cables

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No. just charge chair every four to six weeks without fail for a 12-24 hr period each time. you can disconnect them, but for battery health and longevity keep them charged

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