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Old 10-31-2020, 07:11 AM   #1
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Portable surge protectors

We have a camco surge protector and itís about 4 years old. Is there a life expectancy for these surge protectors. I am not aware of any surges to the unit.
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I have not heard a life expectancy. Mine is from Progressive Industries and has a lifetime warranty so I would assume they will last a long time.
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On the portables as long as it is working just watch for discoloration around the prongs and plug ins. They can get hot/corroded and may create a bad connection over time.
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