control panel showing 'fuse' CI motorhome

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    scotzsue Funster

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    Have an odd problem with our control panel. Everything appears to be working ok but sometimes when we stop a FUSE sign is illuminated on the control panel. have checked and it seems to be coming on when ignition is turned off. this is a recent problem any ideas folks. Push any button on the control panel and it is back to normal. All sockets working, fridge ok lights ok, heating ok , cooker igniting ok,pump working.
    Confused saw a picture of the same fault, but can't find it, may have been on a FB group. have searched and googled and am beginning to think senility really is setting in and that I imagined it:confused:
     
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    On the basis that I haven't got the first idea why it is doing it, I would suggest, presuming you are confident that everything is working, carry on as you are, when it appears press any button to clear it :)

    I have an annoying thing with ours telling me we are still connected to mains when started up, even when I know we are not, usually on really sunny days, I think it might be related to the solar panel output being so high maybe, I can't clear mine and have to drive with the damn thing beeping at me, usually next stop and restart clears it

    too clever for their own good springs to mind (y)
     
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    It may be telling you there is still an additional current going to the cab battery as well as the alternator output, and you are possibly overloading the electrical circuits. Some ECU's don't like that kind of thing !!!
     
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    What motorhome is, and what make or type of control panel has it got ?
     
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    My panel showed that a while ago, I worried about it but nothing appeared out of sorts. It eventually went away, I'm none the wiser.
     
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    Van is a CI Mizar, cant find make in paperwork
    hope this link works to kind it is.

    http://www.olearymotorhomes.co.uk/control-panel-1-1769-p.asp
    Been to van today and it is fine, but control panel has been switched off.
    Getting ready for Peterborough.
     
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    not that this will help you, but i will await with intreast you finding the souce of the problem, i have had the same for 3-4 years now.
     
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