Where is the ZIG

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  1. hilldweller

    hilldweller Funster Life Member

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    I'm trying to help a MHer.

    Not charging. No light on ZIG control panel. but I can't find the ZIG unit.

    MH: Autosleeper Amethyst 1995 - two single beds, rear kitchen, Ford base.
     
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    Hi

    I think it is similar to our Pollensa, if it is look in wardrobe and it is under a srewed down cover on floor of wardrobe

    Cheers Alan
     
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    As Laneside suggested, I believe it's under the wardrobe. Ours went TU on our similarly aged Amethyst a few years ago. New Zig (ouch!).


    John
     
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    hilldweller Funster Life Member

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    And the answer is -- right under the fridge with a narrow drop down lid.

    Sorted. It was just switched off, they'd never been on hook up before in 14 years.


    What a couple - both 82 years old and fulltiming. But in need of a bit of help now.
     
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    Glad you found it sorry i had you rooting in the wardrobe.

    Just thought they would be the same
     
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    No problem - thanks for the reply. Better if it had been in there rather than hidden under the fridge. If the fridge leaks then Zig gets zagged.
     
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    i'll give them the respect they deserve, 14 years full-timing in a small eurobox:Eeek:good on 'em.:thumb:

    i couldn't do it...
     
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    Brian,

    They must have a few tales to tell, it would make interesting reading have they ever writen anything about their life on the road?

    Dave
     
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    Oops, sorry about that. We (me and Mrs JayDee) thought it was under the fridge. Senior moment? :Blush:


    John
     
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    It comes to all of us !!
     
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    It certainly does Brian.

    I meant, of course, under the wardrobe.

    Glad you found it, anyway, with or without my 'help' :Doh:

    When you learn about people like these two it reminds you that all that's stopping a lot of people from keeping on keeping on is ourselves, either mental mental attitude or, in some cases, disability. I hope we're still motorhoming in twenty years time.


    John
     
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    hilldweller Funster Life Member

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    It's quite a thought. Not only our bodies but I can't imagine what the economy will be like in 2 years let alone 20. How about £100 a gallon for diesel ?
     
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    Got to take your hat off to this couple,I really hope i bump into them at a show or somewhere else just to hear some of their tales.Good on them:thumb:
     
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    Thanks to hilldweller

    Thanks to Hilldweller who spent hours with me last Saturday helping this elderly couple.
    It took such a long time to find this charger unit due to a crammed, overloaded!!! vehicle.
    When we switched it on the green charger light over the door illuminated and the voltage appeared to be ok, but it failed to charge. Have popped in a separate charger in for them and now everything is working.

    Will be taking you to the Original Third Eye for a curry as promised.

    Thanks again, Hilldweller!

    My ID is now 1OLL.
     
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