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Operating Faults - Schaudt Electroblock EBL 211 Operating Instructions Manual

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Operating Instructions Electroblock EBL 211
Starting up
the system
vehicle fuses
6
Move the battery selector switch (Fig. 1, Pos. 1) to the correct position
"
using a thin object (such as a ballpoint pen):
Lead-gel battery: Move the battery selector switch to "Lead-gel".
F
AGM battery: Move the battery selector switch to "AGM".
F
Plug the "+ solar cell" connector into the solar charge regulator (if availa-
"
ble).
Start up the system as described in section 3.1.
"
3.3
Faults
Flat
A fault in the power supply system is usually caused by a blown fuse.
For faults with the control and switch panel, the entire system must be swit-
ched off from the battery cut-off and turned on again after about 1 minute.
Please contact our customer service address if you cannot rectify the fault
using the following table.
If this is not possible, such as when you are abroad, a specialist workshop
will be able to repair the device. In this case, you must ensure that the war-
ranty is not invalidated by incorrect repairs being carried out. Schaudt GmbH
will not accept any liability for damage resulting from such repairs.
Fault
Leisure area battery is not
charged during 230 V
g
g
operation (battery voltage
ti
(b tt
constantly below 13 3 V)
constantly below 13.3 V)
Leisure area battery is
overcharged during 230 V
operation (battery voltage
constantly above 14.5 V)
Starter battery is not char- No mains voltage
Starter battery is not char
ged during 230 V opera-
tion (battery voltage con-
ti
(b tt
lt
stantly below 13.0 V)
Leisure area battery is not
charged during mobile
g
g
operation (battery voltage
ti
(b tt
below 13.0 V)
below 13.0 V)
The leisure area battery is
overcharged during mo-
bile operation (battery vol-
tage permanently above
14.3 V)
The refrigerator does not
work during mobile opera-
g
tion
ti
Possible cause
No mains voltage
lt
Defective electroblock
Defective electroblock
No mains voltage
Defective electroblock
Defective alternator
lt
No voltage on D+ input
Defective electroblock
Defective alternator
No power supply to the re-
p
frigerator
Defective electroblock
Defective refrigerator
Date: 22.01.2016
Remedy
Switch on the automatic
fuse in the vehicle
Have the mains voltage
Have the mains voltage
checked
Contact customer service
Contact customer service
Switch on the automatic
Switch on the automatic
fuse in the vehicle
Have the mains voltage
checked
Contact customer service
Have the alternator chek-
ked
Check fuses and wiring
Contact customer service
Have the alternator chek-
ked
Have the fuse and cabling
checked
Contact customer service
Havetherefrigeratorchek-
ked
9110476 BA / EN

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