Hi folks! We have a weird problem on our 2006 Lunar Roadstar 786. We were away over the new year for four nights, on EHU, and when it came time to head for home the starter batery was dead. The battery is only a year or so old, started fine when we set off, and had a steady 80 mile trip with only marker lights on. The campsite owners got us going ASAP, and we got home OK. With the van back in very secure indoor storage, we disconnected the battery earth lead. (Funny, Fiat recommend this if the Ducato is to be left more than two weeks!) A fortnight ago we checked the vehicle, refitted the battery lead, and it started no problem. Now, when the ignition is on, the habitation electrics switch off. This is correct. The strange problem is that with the ignition on, you can switch on the habitation light fittings, and there is a very faint glow from the LED's fitted. Now, being reasonable with electrics (radio amateur for 29 years) this suggests that the flat cab battery may be connected (no pun intended) with this fault. Any bright ideas (no pun that time either)?