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Daveperce

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    South East
  • Interests
    Avoiding the crowds!
  • Make & Model of Towcar / Toad
    Mazda CX7 2.2d
  • Caravan / Motorhome / Static (Make and model)
    Lunar Clubman SR
  • Year of manufacture (Caravan / Motorhome / Static)
    2017

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  1. I've sort of (I'm no auto electrician) determined it's a fault in the live feed cable somewhere where the sun don't shine!!! As others here have suggested, the issue could be anywhere along the length of the loom that's hidden behind various panels. It doesn't help that the cable colours do not resemble the wiring diagram in the handbook. For the sake of having one less reading light, I'll live with it for now....
  2. One of the LED spotlights in the saloon area of my 2017 Clubman SR decided not to work this evening. No problem, thought I, just turn to the page in the handbook that covers replacement. Quote from the handbook "Led lighting is non- replaceable"..... what am I supposed to do with that?
  3. There was an old thread regarding the following question but it didn't quite answer my issue, so I'll ask it here.... I have a 2017 Lunar Clubman SR. I bought a lightweight 100w solar panel for temporary use (if it's available on site, I will always pay for EHU). The panel came supplied with a controller and all relevant cables. At present I've temporarily connected the solar panel direct to the battery, with an in-line fuse but would like to make a more permanent connection into the EC500 psu. I've removed the back from the EC500 and can see at top right (as viewed from the rear) a 2 pin plug red/ black -+ connected into a socket in the psu next to the words 'solar reg'.My question is, is the other end of this 2 pin plug behind the kitchen power panel (as has been suggested in the older thread) and do the +- cables from the solar panel connect directly to this? If that's the case, are the battery connections on the controller now redundant and to be ignored?
  4. I appreciate this is a old thread but it's relevant to my current situation. I have a 2017 Lunar Clubman SR. I bought a lightweight 100w solar panel for temporary use (if it's available on site, I will always pay for EHU). The panel came supplied with a controller and all relevant cables. At present I've temporarily connected the solar panel direct to the battery, with an in-line fuse but would like to make a more permanent connection into the EC500 psu. I've removed the back off the EC500 and can see at top right (as viewed from the rear) a 2 pin plug red/ black -+ connected into a socket in the psu. My question is, is the other end of this 2 pin plug behind the kitchen power panel and do the +- cables from the solar panel connect directly to this? If that's the case, are the battery connections on the controller now redundant and to be ignored?
  5. Many thanks folks, you've put my mind at rest. Now just need to find a decent one!
  6. I have a 2017 Lunar Clubman SR (purchased Dec 2020). I'm looking to buy a porch awning but struggling to assess precisely where it will sit on the 'van without it covering a window - probably the nearside lounge window. The awning rail begins to slope down the front of the van some 8" or 9" before the leading edge of that window below. Am I correct in thinking a porch awning can only utilise the horizontal parts of the awning rail? If I buy an awning, of say 390cm length, and fit it so that it fully covers the rear nearside bedroom window (dogs will be overnight in the awning), the awning entrance (and thus side wall) will be only a couple of inches away from the 'van door. This design isn't peculiar to Lunar so I'm hoping someone must have a solution. How critical is it that the awning side wall doesn't cut across a window (other than not being able to open that window)???
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