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Dropped it off to him last night and will update you asap. I also mentioned that Waeco did the reparations for free. Afterwards I got about an hour out of the fridge before the read light came on again. ---------------------------------------------- 2005 Pajero GSL DiD LWB OME suspension, Geolander G12 tyres, NL dual battery Reply With Quote 2012/03/18,09:25 PM #11 JayKay View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage View Articles Member Join Date Nov 2007 Location Cape Town Age 65 Posts 182 Thanked: have a peek here

Once again those that spend the $$$ for such a juicy battery will chime in with stories how well they perform for tasks which they simply can perform no better at, 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 I sometimes hear a light knocking noise from the refrigerator when driving over pot holes/speed-bumps/rough roads. When the fuse plays up it melts internally causing a break in connection and therefore cuts power to the compressor, cooling fan will still run.

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Register a new account Sign in Already have an account? for details." Refer to your User Manual for further details. So the fridge computer thinks your battery is flat and turns itself off to save it.

Flash 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 Battery voltage normally 12.2 with the engine stopped, less 2.5 volts loss in car wiring leaves only 9.7 at the fridge. Google informs me that there are many instances similar to mine on the Australian 4x4 sites where the polyfuse was the problem. Waeco Cf40 Error Codes Can you leave it plugged into 12 volts DC and 240 volts AC at the same time?

could be true, but its fixed anyway. "Don't wear a red shirt to Bunnings"MemberMy Profile My Blog Send Message 0 FollowupID: 599694 Follow Up By: MEMBER - Darian (SA) - Sunday, Waeco Cf 80 Error Codes Check that the vents are not blocked by other equipment in the vehicle. That increase in amps, increases the amount of voltage drop. Discover More 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.TWOFan over

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 Waeco Cf50 Error 2 This means that the wiring in your car may be inadequate to carry the correct amount of volts to the fridge. It's easy! The fix wes turn off for a few hours withe the power button first let the gas settle then plug in and turn on power button hopefully this works for you

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They can mean that there is a lack of ventilation or that the unit has overheated due to being locked up in a vehicle in direct sunshine for an extended period Thanks Vagabond, Dec 24, 2014 #1 andy63 Funster Joined: Jan 19, 2014 Messages: 1,758 Likes Received: 5,787 Location: south shields I have a little waeco compressor fridge which would fail Waeco Polyfuse ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: Connection to failed. Waeco Fridge Troubleshooting Something to do with the power difference ???

Sign In Now Sign in to follow this Followers 0 Go To Topic Listing 4WD Chat All Activity Home 4WD and Travel Chat 4WD Chat waeco fault codes Contact Us Australia4WD navigate here more info 65 litre compressor fridge/freezer for refrigeration or deep-freezing with CFX VMSO2 electronics. Just to be clear - power consumed is simply volts times amps = watts. As long as the adapter is putting out sufficient amps, it should work, shouldn't it? Waeco Cf50 Manual

You should use 80% as a good rule of thumb. Check your cabling and connections/plugs. That said, the Waeco inverter is 6A at 27v which is double what the stated draw of your fridge is at 24v. http://txtbl.com/waeco-cf/waeco-error-light-flashes.html It is best to use well regulated AC (240 volt) power sources such as pure sine wave inverters and good quality generators that are invertor equipped.

In both of our cases the voltages read correct, but became faulty under load, because of a poor earth somewhere between the plug earth wire to the body and the battery Waeco Cf40 Problems Set to Medium if on single battery. WO9N 2012 Tacoma If you have time to kill, you should kill it - and enjoy the hell out of it - Because time is definitely killing you.

AnswerID: 331828 Follow Up By: Gramps (NSW) - Saturday, Oct 25, 2008 at 18:34 Saturday, Oct 25, 2008 at 18:34 Sorry about the formatting but this is from the Waeco FAQs

The efficiency of an LED and the spread beam of a fluorescent tube,... $112.95 EPAK LED Strip Light Kit Companion EPAKĀ® Strip Light Kits give you the power to quickly light What is the emergency Switch for? Not that there's anything wrong with it, necessarily, just that it has some quirky features that I need to find a way to work with. Waeco Cf 60 Problems I will now take my Waeco to Outdoor Warehouse in Tygervallei when I go to Cape Town soon.

Time to break out the old esky for this trip! (The one thing I was trying to avoid!) KraftyPg15-01-2012, 03:33 AMOP = Opening Post, Opening Poster, Original poster etc. 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 I have been told that this is a voltage problem. this contact form I want to try and work out what it is before I take it to somone and give them $100 an hour to find the problem!

Don't trust the surface charge. Fridge is still plugged in to the REAR power outlet with error light intermittently flashing. 4. 11am: Come out to the truck to check the water bottle. I have now disconnected the leisure battery (which I'm sure is destined for disposal after charging & checking) and of course the LED no longer flashes. And doesn't 7 seem excessive for a small fridge like this? (NOTE: I have to look for the manual that came with the fridge, I think it's in my garage somewhere,

Replacing the fuse sorts the issue out. mine is a waeco CR65 and I have the books, but yours sounds different... I'd say get a good battery charger to keep your truck battery topped off from shore power, that'll save the battery from an early death, and if it supplies at least 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.

I'd say get a good battery charger to keep your truck battery topped off from shore power, that'll save the battery from an early death, and if it supplies at least ta andy Andy. You let the rig sit for some days, running the battery down and then drive it only a little, which is enough to push the battery up to a surface charge Share Your Story About Us Forum FAQ Site Rules Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links View Forum Leaders Four Wheel Drive Camper and Trailer Motorcycle Bicycle Gear Adventure Store

You need to press and hold the power button for several seconds to turn the refrigerator on or off. So no disrespect to the posters who I will be partially repeating. No job card or anything. Waeco/Dometic sells a very nice AC adapter for this fridge, it's called the EPS-50.

This is nothing to be concerned about.