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Guest Davey Jones

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Hi all

Two weeks ago when on boat heating stopped ,typical about the coldest week,took unit home (eberspasher d5) ordered a service kit and carried out service.refitted last weekend worked a treat,switched on heating last night,all that happened was fan run but at a reduced speed,removed unit checked all conections and retested,nothing.All I could think had hapened was unit PCB was on blink as this controls fan speed,after several atempts of switching on and of to manually reset unit it fired into life,any thoughts as to what might have been or still is problem,(batteries levels looked ok)we are back down on boat next week,lorraine is hopping for warm weather.

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Despite the battery levels appearing OK it is worthwhile carrying out the following check as older Ebos don’t like being out of their comfort level as far as voltage goes. Place your Avo across the supply as close to the furnace as possible, read the voltage and then switch on the heater and monitor the voltage to make sure it remains within range. It is unlikely to be the control board as that would almost always not be an intermittent fault.

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Despite the battery levels appearing OK it is worthwhile carrying out the following check as older Ebos don’t like being out of their comfort level as far as voltage goes. Place your Avo across the supply as close to the furnace as possible, read the voltage and then switch on the heater and monitor the voltage to make sure it remains within range. It is unlikely to be the control board as that would almost always not be an intermittent fault.

Thank you for your reply David,I will be taking my meter to carry out tests next week.

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