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|jiwawa||Well I'm seeing you smiling 😉 - that's me winking!|
Originally Posted by dghr272 View Post
Normally : plus - and D gives a laughing one ???
Helen, just ignore Kev, we all do.
|jiwawa||Hope Helen hasn't taken the hump!|
|dghr272||No fool like an old fool Jean, I should know. 😄|
|jiwawa||Wow!!! You're on dangerous territory there Kev!|
|Pudsey_Bear||Well done, not bad for a girl|
Well done Helen! You obviously know what you're doing! Hope you get it sorted soon.
It'll be a relief to know it wasn't your fault!!
Yeah ha, I've found the problem - it's a lose connection on the ribbon cable somewhere. I moved it a bit to see if it fed downwards or upwards from the control panel and everything started to work again!
I still need to find out where the lose connection is, but at least I know it's not due to the screw in the wall damaging the cable, as the cable goes up into the ceiling.
Originally Posted by Helen&Max View Post
Also don't forget that if you paid even a small deposit using a CC you are covered under Section 75 provided your MH was under £30k. If it was more then you may still be able to claim for it but it gets more complicated. A good place to read up on this is here...
Personally I would be speaking to the place you bought it from in the first instance as they would certainly want to keep their good name and provided you are reasonable with them you may get somewhere...
Yes, some of the 12V works - the Heater circuit, the water pump, the bathroom lights, the two spot lights in the lounge area and the two spot lights over the sink/hob.
So it seems to be what is termed the Lower wiring loom and Upper wiring loom. I'm not sure if the fridge indicator and ignition are part of these, or whether the fridge circuit has been affected too. The fridge gets a bit cold when plugged into the mains, but does not freeze int he freezer compartment.
I'm getting a low voltage at times on the light switches, anything from 1V to 4V, but not the 12V that should be there.
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