A multimeter will trace a 12 volt supply if you have one and know how to use it.. Does anyone know why this happens?You need to have this looked at by a qualified electrician. The fuse itself is normally connected close to the leisure battery. If you locate the wire from the positive terminal inside your battery box and follow it into your caravan, you should find it. have a peek at this web-site
Just a thought How many wires are connected to the battery terminals. 2 to red and 2 to black? Many thanks for your help.The most common fault is either the battery itself or the in-line fuse. In my first caravan I had for 3 years, I had no problems with my electric at all, and never replaced any of the equipment through fuses going/blowing out. For anyone having similar sudden unexplained failure, check the Master Switch has not been turned off by accident instead of the awning light as they are often next to each other. http://www.ukcampsite.co.uk/chatter/display_topic_threads.asp?ForumID=31&TopicID=296834
Back to top #19 margaretmarch margaretmarch Over 10 posts No longer a member 35 posts Gender:Female Location:Rutland Posted 24 May 2011 - 06:07 pm I checked the glass fuses in the As with all gas or electrical problems, it is always best to have it looked at by the experts. All the sockets and fridge work there is no battery connected. I think there are two fitted.
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In addition to the potential complexity, there are a number of safety features, particularly with 240V. Caravan 12 Volt System Not Working Electric Socket Lubrication What is best to use to lubricate the socket which connects the cable to the caravan socket? Faulty Electrics ? 2009 Fleetwood Heritage by Wayne (Widnes) We recently left our caravan in storage for 3 weeks and when we came back to it the leisure battery had discharged Thanks Our caravan is 2005 abbey spectrum 540 May 19, 2013 caravan lights and control panel won't work by: amanda Can anyone help???
Trip Switch for a Bailey Senator Oklahoma I have tried to switch on the trip switch for the heater and fridge and it keeps tripping out all the time. Caravan Electrics Wiring Diagram First and foremost make sure you have a good leisure battery connected then put the put caravan switch on the panel to caravan battery - your interior lights should now work Has anyone heard of west midlands caravan services?? In addition to the mains supply, 12V direct current (DC) is used for a number of other items, such as lighting, refrigerators, water pumps and fans, as well as the sockets
Chapmag thanks for the clue after looking at the panel I didn't think of an inline fuse, it was in a similar place. http://www.caravanclub.co.uk/community/discussions/technical-and-advice/caravans/No-power-in-my-caravan-but-battery-is-fully-charge/rt/582431/ Edited by Lefthand Down, 24 May 2011 - 06:07 pm. Caravan Electrical Fault Finding Click here to add your own comments Join in and write your own page! Caravan 12v System Not Working It's easy to do.
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It may be a cliché, but electricity should always be our servant, not our master. HomeLog in or Register Message Forums Welcome Guest The time now is 11:31am. Back to top #9 DavS DavS Over 500 posts Approved Member 688 posts Location:Shropshire Posted 09 March 2013 - 06:34 pm We had an Abbey GTS, it had a line fuse Source Or there is a fault, but where?
He says its down to my guests using too much at any one time. No 12 Volt Power In Caravan A 12v circuit must be fitted with an in-line fuse. It will work out a lot quicker and cheaper than trying different ideas and them not working.
Back to top #5 Elm6 Elm6 Over 100 posts Approved Member 213 posts Posted 14 April 2009 - 10:00 pm Check your caravan to car plugs on the caravan side, you Autumn has arrived so get out and enjoy the beautiful new season with the Club. We have lots of sites that are a perfect base for long walks amongst the Back to top #6 Lefthand Down Lefthand Down Robert Jackson Award Winner Moderator 14,393 posts Gender:Male Location:East Midlands Interests:Steam Railways Photography Classical Music Fishing Posted 24 May 2011 - 05:14 pm Caravan Electrics Not Working On Battery Checked fuses and all OK.
Until yesterday I could work the caravan lights etc by switching on the master switch on the control panel and the appropriate light switch. How? Simply click here to return to Caravan Questions and Answers. If it is too long don't worry as the excess cable can be left under your caravan in loose coils.
Lunar 415 2001 model 12v electrics I have just brought a second hand caravan but I cannot get the electrics to work on 12 volt. It's easy to do. no electrics 3 years 10 months ago #366034 Damian-Moderator Online Moderator Posts: 5532 Thank you received: 250 As you seem to have lost everything electric I would very strongly advise geting this in turn caused a short circuit on the caravan fridge pcb board.
It is likely to be inside the caravan. The 12v circuit is protected from overloading by an in-line fuse which is connected to the feed via the battery's positive terminal. It's easy to do. Today when we got home, I check the battery and the little green dot is visable plus I connected a couple of car headlamps to it, no point checking an open
Click here to post comments Join in and write your own page! Your cache administrator is webmaster. All other fuses seem fine but if i plug anything into the mains sockets, the trip switch goes in the cupboard. It's easy to do.
The other thing that may be faulty is that there is an in line fuse in the power cable from the battery to the fusebox, this may have failed. The risk of electrical shock can be reduced even by untrained people.It involves little more than always being careful using electrical cords and conducting a simple physical inspection for insulation damage