I find the dealer shortsighted with this attitude. A little help now and you are more likely to go back for servicing, repairs, damp checks and habitation checks etc!Hi,
Thanks for your help. I've inspected all the fuses on the Elektroblok and none are blown. Don't know where to go from there. The Frankia agents at SMC Newark didn't seem ready to give advice as to where the fuse might be.
The Van's lighting is solely 12v.
The manual describes Circuit 1 controlling the consumer load, passenger side and circuit 2, the driver's side, on the EBL (which has turned out to have 220-4 printed on it, not 220-2). The fault appears to have taken out one of these circuits but both fuses are intact.
The 12v supply has been isolated and reconnected several times to no avail. The consumer unit breakers are set properly.
It doesn't have a TEC tower. I've spoken to AandN Caravans who repair EBLs and now suspect the EBL is defective and have ordered a replacement. Ouch! Running out of time as need to get the ferry to Bilbao next week.
SMC Newark have since helped to pin down that the fuse will be on the ELB. But as above, all fuses still intact.
Hi, what was the remedial action taken for the “Defekt” and “Er1” please? Just Incase I get the same one day as I have the same DT220 with EBL220.Replacement EBL220-4 scheduled to arrive tomorrow. Taking photos of the fuse population and connections ready for re-installation. Keeping fingers crossed this will sort out my problems!
Can't say how helpful Martin Bushnell, of AandN Caravan Services has been in determining the possible problems, arranging to send me the replacement EBL and Udo Lang of Schaudt, Germany, in sorting out the remedial action to take after getting the "Defekt", "Er 1" message on the DT220.
These people have been very understanding, informative and helpful.