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Storing your e collars properly #7759536 02/29/20 02:20 PM
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Is there a proper procedure for putting your collars to bed until next season?
I usually just stick them in a case but have some trouble in the fall getting a couple to take a charge.
Read something, somewhere, perhaps here, that de-charging then re-charging before putting the unit up is the way to go but after a google search, cant confirm.
One site I was checking last night mentioned de-charging was really hard on batteries.
These are Tri-Tronics, both older and new (G3 & Alpha etc)

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Re: Storing your e collars properly [Re: bradtown] #7759542 02/29/20 02:26 PM
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I’d charge mine several times in the off season


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Originally Posted by 68rustbucket
I’d charge mine several times in the off season



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Re: Storing your e collars properly [Re: bradtown] #7759719 02/29/20 07:41 PM
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Continue using them when running dogs so they stay in shape

Re: Storing your e collars properly [Re: blanked] #7762535 03/04/20 11:02 AM
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Tritronics told me just to keep them plugged in when not using it after I had a battery replaced

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I've never stored them for longer than a month or so because we still use them for training in the off season.

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Originally Posted by huck18
I've never stored them for longer than a month or so because we still use them for training in the off season.


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Haven't had it in years but never spit any out.
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Charge them every couple of months whether they need it or not.

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You reminded me that it's time to pull batteries from everything, head lamps, flashlights,etc.

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I use mine year round to work and walk dogs.


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Re: Storing your e collars properly [Re: huntsetter1] #7763448 03/05/20 01:41 AM
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Originally Posted by huntsetter1
Tritronics told me just to keep them plugged in when not using it after I had a battery replaced

Very interesting. Thanks!

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