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Shouldn't have to remove the steps themselves. Cause may be a poor solder joint at the micro-switch. A small nut and bolt might be best solution. Worked for me.
Then put the coin(s) in !
Ah the joys of Hymer.
|Terry O'Sullivan||I have wired brushed the earth, thanks for that but no joy, when time I will remove the whole lot, along with the earth & reassemble.|
|Glandwr||Earthing can be a problem with the micro switch on steps.|
|Terry O'Sullivan||Fridge now working, that's a bonus as it's 34+ hot here, the step warning buzz is annoying, to get to the micro switch it looks that I will have remove the whole step assembly just to get the electrical cover off,,,,, grrrr|
|Terry O'Sullivan||Reversing seems not a priority in Bulgaria, I guess in a years time if not sorted they might say something 🤔|
|jiwawa||I'm surprised a functioning reversing light isn't a requirement of MOT.|
|Terry O'Sullivan||Tried Bill's idea but sadly warning buzz never changed, got the Mot successfully although reverse lights never worked. Lots of electric faults at the moment fridge won't work on hook up, wing mirrors not working electrically, electric skylight not operating, nightmare lol, but I won't give up yet.|
|Terry O'Sullivan||Will try tomorrow, somehow I think it won't work, taking the beast for mot first regardless of the annoying buzz, thanks Bill in advance, fingers crossed|
Usual problem can be solved with a coin or two on the top step to give the microswitch a bit more push. Gaffertape to secure the coin/s. Replace every two years !
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