Originally Posted by Calder
Moving to secondary does nothing to help clear a beer, It actually slows it down, because all the solids that are almost cleared in the primary (near, but not at the bottom) are then re-mixed and have to start again.
Leave it alone:
1) See comment above.
2) Time will compact the sediment, and you will actually get more beer leaving it alone.
3) Unless there is a real reason for racking, you just add additional risk of contamination and aeration. Beer can sit on fruit for weeks/months with no problems.
You stole the words from me.
One more thing though, maybe add some pectin haze enzyme, it seems to help quite a bit in my fruit beers.