No mains EBL 104 -3

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  1. BgClick

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    Help!
    First overnight in our van. Left the electric heating on low overnight. When we got up the kettle didn't work and the fridge was off.

    Have switched to gas fir now.

    Checked all fuses on electroblock and unplugged and replugged the hookup cable

    Any advise on the obvious things to check?

    Thanks
     
  2. steveclecy

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    Checked supply from campsite?

    Steve
     
  3. BgClick

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    I don't know where it goes from there
     
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    I meant has it tripped? Or has your mains unit tripped?

    Steve
     
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    Mine is an older system (2003 and EBL 99) but if yours is wired in the same way, the EBL should have no effect on the 230V sockets in the van. The cable to the EBL is simply one of the feeds from the mains trip switch; the others go to the fridge and sockets. As suggested above, that would be my first check.
     
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    Try removing the 12V fuse in your fuse panel for a few seconds.

    My Dometic RM7505 with AES did something similar recently 'automatically' selecting no energy source at all for reason unknown. The fault light did not come on either. Didn't notice until ice for me Gin melted. Removing the 12V fuse for a few seconds put it all right.

    Cheers.

    ### Sorry replyed in wrong post! How do I delete this LOL
     
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    Yay!

    In the wardrobe under a "false" floor there was a double pole breaker that had tripped, probably when I flipped on kettle?

    So big thanks to all and Theresa is amazed how quickly you guys were "on the case"

    In pretty impressed too ;-)

    Cheers again
     
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    Some are even better than quick.
    I was advised that my nearside headlight would shatter, it did, 8 months later - nothing like experience:Smile:
     
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