Leaving The Stereo ON With The Boat Not Running

In the event that the stereo has been functioning when the boat is not ON and running, the voltage drain on the battery can result in difficulties in re-starting the boat. It can also cause intermittent erroneous or fluctuating gauge readings. To avoid this situation, when the voltage level reaches 11.5 volts, the system will shut off the stereo system and sound the alarm for a period of two minutes to give boaters ample time to adjust.

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