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Hello All,

Quick question.. In order to take care of my battery.. When I'm at work, and using the mbk . Is it best to just have it plugged in even though my battery is 100%? Is there such thing as an "overcharged" battery? Any suggestions would be great...
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The battery question has been answered to death on this forum.

Please search the forum for "battery" and you will find hundreds of posts on this issue. But to quickly answer your post. No, the battery will not overcharge.

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