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baldlimey

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Hi.

 

My shoreline fridge is acting very strange.

 

If I leave it set on 3 the led starts blinking which I thought meant low voltage? However if when it does this I turn it up to 4 the compressor starts and it seems happy for a time. The domestic batteries are about 2 weeks old.

 

The blinking appears to be one a pause then 2 although it is difficult to be sure.

 

It has been very hot on the boat.

 

Any ideas great fully received.

 

Pete

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From the Danfoss manual

 

One blink and then a pause = battery low cut out, two blinks and the a pause = fan over current cutout. I bet te two blinks will clear as soon as you get the voltage at the fridge up.

 

What happens when the engine is revving?

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Thanks all

 

Just checked the voltage and it was just over 10 at the fridge and 12.86 at the batteries.

 

When I tightened the earth connection at one end of the batteries I obviously did not tighten properly when I replaced the domestic batteries it went up at the fridge. Doh! 

 

I would love to say this was the dumbest question I had asked on this forum.

 

Pete 

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Content yourself that you have learned something. That is invaluable.

 

Its the people who ask for advice and the don’t follow it or refuse to answer questions who are really dumb.

Edited by Tony Brooks

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48 minutes ago, baldlimey said:

Just checked the voltage and it was just over 10 at the fridge <snip> When I tightened the earth connection at one end of the batteries <snip> it went up at the fridge.

Perfect result :)

 

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