Flashing Lights on Control Panel

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  1. Photo4x4

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    Hello folks

    We had family in the dining area seats (with seat belts) for the first time yesterday evening and whilst we were driving someone asked me if 'those lights should be flashing'.

    They were the small green lights just over 'Leisure Battery' and 'Vehicle Battery'. Of course we have never seen this before as the control panel is not visible from the front seats.

    I am presuming that this intermittent flash is showing that both batteries are charging. The MH is a Bessacarr E495.

    Is this correct?

    Thanks

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  2. Mr Colpot

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    I normally work on the assumption that green is good and red is bad so I think its ok and probably just showing that the Batteries are receiving a charge from the alternator.
     
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    Sounds completely logical
     
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    Yes, think its normal, ours flash while engine is running - its to confirm the batteries are being charged (y)
     
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    Thanks to you all, it does seem the logical thing but I thought that it was best to ask, just in case...

    Thanks again.

    Keith Hart
     
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