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It's been tested from several other 12V power sources directly with the same results Back to top Report #11 Bent 'S' Bent 'S' Ecovandal Members 1903 posts LocationPerth Hills Posted 31 I would grab your book out and see how to change the voltage cut out on yours. You should understand that you never get the full amount of amp-hours from a battery however. The instructions here helped us work through it together and get him up and running again. have a peek here

and I've decided the 50A anderson plugs seem solid enough, and easy enough to use for various purposes since there is no male/female..And before anyone blames the little battery for my If you put your head close to the freezer in your home refrigerator whilst it is running you will likely hear this noise. What could it be?? Dont think i'd go another waeco. http://forum.australia4wd.com/index.php?/topic/5226-waeco-fault-codes/

Waeco Cf 80 Error Codes

I sometimes hear a light knocking noise from the refrigerator when driving over pot holes/speed-bumps/rough roads. I'm wondering if a knackered leisure battery could produce this situation but I'm still puzzled why it flashes when the switch is off - and when the 12v switch on the For single zone WAECO refrigerator/freezer, set the control at minus 14 or minus 15 °C if using as a freezer or plus 2 to plus 4 °Celsius if using as a I have an 80lt Waeco fridge and was told by the sales guy I bought it off that cable size is the key.

Bigger is better. Some lower priced generators can have voltage fluctuations that could potentially cause harm to the refrigerator electronics. Id happily pay for a heavier duty poly fuse to be put into it. Waeco Cf50 Control Panel But as soon as i put it in the car, The error light came on.

Help Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Redback Members 3,355 posts My 4WD:Landrover Discovery 4 2.7l TDV6 with, dings scrapes & broken stuff and some other Waeco Fridge Troubleshooting Thanks. Yes you can. http://www.exploroz.com/Forum/Topic/19074/Error_codes_for_Waeco_fridges.aspx Back to top Report Page 1 of 4 1 2 3 Next » Back to The Shed 1 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 1 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply

Five Flashes Thermal cut-out of electronic unit If the error light is flashing five times every 5 seconds, the refrigeration system has been too heavily loaded, or if the surrounding temperature Waeco Cf40 Problems And it had really only had done a handful of short winter camping trips... Took it to Custom Car and Boat Electrics and the problem was fixed in no time. My battery was 2 years old Geoff __________________ #54 CRD PATROL CLUB MEMBER #20 28-10-2011, 08:47 PM bigfoot123 Member Join Date: Jan 2011 Location: Picton Posts: 58 Thanks:

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i saw that info on the met some time back and saved the info as i have the same fridge. http://www.perth4x4.net/forum/index.php?/topic/8112-waeco-fridge-problem/ was ok on the trip up, turned off during the night but flashed when turned on the next day even after starting the vehicle and flashed all the way home. Waeco Cf 80 Error Codes Waeco fridge problem Started by Jamie , Mar 30 2007 11:17 AM Page 1 of 4 1 2 3 Next » Please log in to reply 60 replies to this topic Waeco Polyfuse Share this post Link to post Share on other sites jackablue Jackaroo 1,340 posts Posted August 15, 2006 Yeah I have an engel, so I have no idea on these.

FO3 System overload, the compressor switches off. http://txtbl.com/waeco-cf/waeco-cf-40-error-2.html Can you leave it plugged into 12 volts DC and 240 volts AC at the same time? Also if you are getting 0.4v difference from your battery to your plug with no load then there is something SERIOUSLY wrong with your wiring. and had only seen low voltage once. Waeco Cf50 Manual

Your light gauge cable will be increasing this problem because you will be getting more voltage drop than normal while the fridge is running making the cut out happen even early Some other fridges will just keep trying to draw power until either the battery is stuffed, the motor burns out in the fridge or a fire starts, but the Waeco will Not all Waecos suffer from it, seems to be the newer ones in my expererience. http://txtbl.com/waeco-cf/waeco-fridge-error-codes.html Some XenForo functionality crafted by ThemeHouse.

e.g. Waeco Cf 60 Problems http://www.exploroz.com/Forum/Topic/...o_fridges.aspx Scroll down the page a bit for the error codes If its 2 years old either way its a free warranty fix if required. __________________ Back in a GU Ti They typically have 3 settings for voltages from 10.5v all the way to 12.5v (something like that).

So if a refrigerator consumes on average 1 amp per hour, and is the only appliance running from a 100 amp-hour battery, you should be able to have the refrigerator run

The mechanicals/electricals inside the compressor unit are mounted on springs to absorb centrifugal force on start-up and shut-down. the error light flashes and compressor cuts out. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Pete Admin 5,041 posts Posted August 17, 2006 Have fun JackablueIt wil work fine - if it didnt have the Waeco Cf 80 Problems Once they play up they progressively get worse, especially on hot days.

What is the emergency Switch for? more info Compressor dual zone fridge (42 litres) and freezer (19 litres) plus dairy with CFX VMSO2 electronics. Been there done that just recently, had trouble accepting the battery was the prob as it would run my compressor and/or a 100W hand held spottie no prob. http://txtbl.com/waeco-cf/waeco-cf-80-error.html What do the "error" flashes mean?

Yours is runing & then shuting down as the electronic module is sensing that there is too high a head pressure then has a timeout period & has another go, then I only use 2 pin caravan 32v ULV plugs now days, they are simple, easy to fit and oober reliable. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites jackablue Jackaroo 1,340 posts Posted August 15, 2006 ok it's ,1 flash evey 5 sec. Check that the 12 volt outlet you are running the refrigerator from still has power available when the vehicle ignition is switched off.

Its just an indicater of your vehicles power supply - not an actual fridge issue Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Create an account or sign in The problem is the Poly-Fuse (thermal fuse) within the control unit. Yes, I have the the Error Code explanations - I'm just not too sure what they mean (relative to what I was trying). If so, does it play up on mains voltage?

mine is a waeco CR65 and I have the books, but yours sounds different... Page 1 of 2 1 2 > LinkBack Thread Tools Display Modes #1 10-01-2010, 09:20 PM krittas Senior Member Join Date: May 2007 Posts: 103 Thanks: 0 I can read those English words well enough but they don't exactly make much sense to me. To test if this is the problem, plug the fridge into a suitable AC adaptor.

i dont trust cigarete plugs. Daryl __________________ D.L.Bishop Krakka Newbie Status: Offline Posts: 3 Date: 06:13 PM Feb 12, 2012 Permalink Thanks Daryl, fridge is hard wired directly to the battery, The type of error is shown on the display by the following error codes: Display Description text FO1 The compressor does not work. If you find that the fridge works, you can eliminate that there is a problem with the fridge and the car wiring configuration or plug connections should be stringently checked. Have a good one cobber........ ;-D 0 FollowupID: 349936 Reply By: Member - Jimbo (VIC) - Wednesday, Jan 05, 2005 at 07:58 Wednesday, Jan 05, 2005 at 07:58 Jim, My Waeco

We use data about you for a number of purposes explained in the links below. Designated in car wiring kits such as the RAPS12RU2 are available inexpensively which negate voltage loss. With WAECO CFX portable refrigerators you are able to select a temperature to suit your needs in 1 °C increments. User Name Remember Me?

How long will my refrigerator keep running for on my battery? For a range of WAECO Portable solar panels, click here What temperature do I set for the CFX-65DZ? The float switch is defective or jammed. I am thinking that the heat probably had something to do with it but I would like more knowledge on this matter.