Irma, left my boat full of water. The water went over the battery and the onboard charger. What should I exspect from this happening? I look to turn on the battery switch tomorrow, to see if the battery discharged? Would it be dangerous to plug in the onboard charger to see if it is still working? Thanks for your reply. Ps all go after eye of the storm passed over our house, but found boat full of water, drain got blocked.
It was a cranking battery
Triton 1870 Bay Sport, 115 merc. 4/stroke,
Fish Shallow saltwater, lakes central Fl. And Lake Oconee Ga.
Live in Lakeland
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I put 2 150 qt coolers in the boat and fill them w water. Or you could use bug garbage cans
And as noted in other posts, make sure u block your trailer (if it is on one) so as to not put too much weight on axel and springs