230V Problem Frankia I840BD
When the rain started a few weeks back in Reading, I covered the van waiting for a dry spell having cleaned the bodywork following our summer in the Greek sun. I opened the van up to retrieve an item and found the starter and both leisure batteries pretty dead. Before going further with diagnosis I wanted to charge the starter battery so I can move the van to improve access via side hatches. I have a CTEK charging lead permanently attached to the starter battery so if needed I can plug my charger in to a 230V socket in the van and easily connect it to the battery without lifting the battery access cover. Problem 2: No 230V to any sockets. I Checked the DT220 control panel and see that it "thinks" it is connected to the mains (it is plugged in), but the 230V sockets are dead. I had a Schaudt Override protector (OVP-01) fitted between 230V input and EBL220 as I plug in on ferries and this was recommended to me. This device had a light showing faintly but just in case, I plugged the 230V feed to the OVP-01 directly into the EBL220 circumventing the OVP-01.
Oh and by the way I checked the 230v RCD block and it was switched on - yet no 230v. The sockets in the van are not supplied from the EBL220 (I think?) so it looks as though there is some issue in the 230v consumer unit or some fuse I am unaware of on the 230V circuit
Has anyone else experienced this and have any pointers to the next steps?