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  1. Dear All, not sure if the following will help anyone but we hope so. The story so far. We own a 2014 Lunar Clubamn SR, not that the Van has ought to do with the problem we have been experiencing. It did come with a Dometic TALL slim fridge and for want of a better word supposed freezer, the freezer does freeze but I’m guessing you know what I’m alluding too. In around October last year - 2019 our fridge on the odd occasion would alarm, beeping madly for twenty seconds or so then stopping. At first I thought (as you would ) that the door was open, so we would open and close it and the alarming would stop, however, as time passed the frequency of alarm got more and more, we tried closing the door, pushing the door, opening and closing the door, some times it would stop and sometimes it would continue on for as long as it had a desire to continue on. Research he said, I’ll do some research, just to see if others may have experienced the same problem, and lo and behold, YES, it’s a common problem. Solutions I said, search for solutions and YES, there where some indicators of what may be wrong, some people said it’s condensation on the wires, some said it’s condensation on the light fitting it’s self. Write to Dometic I thought, so I did, NO ANSWER, so I wrote again, still no answer, I have to say it’s the third time of writing to Dometic only to be ignored, do not bother wasting your time, that’s the first tip, don’t write to Dometic they won’t respond, they are useless. So I took the control panel off the top of the fridge, the wires were dry, I took the light unit cover off, dry, I wiped every thing, but to no avail, now it was alarming constantly or when it felt like it, we had a deacon in the fridge, if we put the heating on it would alarm, if we put the cooker on it would alarm, I thought gas issue, no idea why I thought that, we tried it on electric, ALARM,we tried it back on gas, then on 240v, then on 12v then on gas again, it alarmed in the night, it alarmed whilst we watched tv, it ******* alarmed at will. I started to Talk Ro it, I begged it to let us sleep, yes yes I know what you’re thinking turn it off, we had stuff in it, I decided to call Keith caravan fitter at our caravan dealer in desperation, and he said, “no idea” I laughed hysterically. I can’t be the only one I said, he said take a look at the door latch it may have a micro switch in it, so I did, no micro switch that I could see, still nothing from Dometic, however, whilst checking the latch I happened to observe that the catch was, wait for it, slightly at the minutest of angle, possibly as a result of the latch catching the catch as it closed, so I straightened it up, undid two screws and squared it, guess what, we slept all night to the tune of yes you have it. NOTHING, silence, no alarm, no sound from the fridge. So remember if your fridge starts alarming when it shouldn’t, don’t bother trying to get an answer for the manufacture Dometic, take a look at the CATCH first. It might just be squiffy a bit like me as I celebrated a good nights sleep. We truly hope this helps unlike those that work for Dometic. we are currently in Spain it’s the end of January and hot, we have ice in the freezer and the G&T are very tasty, it’s been 20 degrees today, here in sunny Benidorm. regards all
  2. hi, i have an elddis crusader superstorm 2008. cicuit breaker for fire, hot water and sockets is tripping alot, has anybody have any ideas as this is driving us mad
  3. Welcome to the new Caravan Talk blogs! We have added this new tool so that you can create your own personal blogs on Caravan Talk and share them with your friends, family and the caravan community Please feel free to use this as much as you want, it's completely free to all Caravan Talk members. If you have any questions, or want to know a bit more about the tool then just post a thread in the Feedback corner. Look forward to seeing all of your great caravan adventures soon. .. Happy caravanning, Ben and the CT Team
  4. After a great deal of work and some fantastic feedback from our Caravan Talk Supporters (who got an early screening) and early reviewers (you know who you are ) we're proud to announce a new tool: Towcar Reviews This section is free to all members and will let you easily add reviews of your favourite towcars to our new database. We've included all of the regular bits that you'd expect in car reviews, but also some bits just for caravanners (such as kerb weight, noseweight etc if known). Please take a look and leave you own reviews of your current and previous towcars, the more of you that add entries, the more useful it will be to those looking for a tow car. You never know; you might use it yourself when researching your next tugger! It's still in early development, so if there are any bugs or issues please let me know directly or via this thread and I'll look into fixing them ASAP. Oh, and for those who're wondering; no we haven't forgotten caravan and campsite reviews - they're next!!!
  5. For a long time the gallery tool has had limitations and has been a bit confusing, even we rarely used it. .. Now, that has changed! We've removed most of the image restrictions, so you can upload nice quality photos without having to worry about resizing and the Gallery has been updated, which has made it a bit easier to use. But if you're still not sure how to use it, don't worry, we've put together a guide to the gallery to help you get started! This is the first of many guides we're planning on starting, if you've got any ideas on which topic we should cover next just let us know in the comments on this thread or under the blog post
  6. Sat on the banks of the Tyne at Haltwhistle, with new hitch cover on show! [/url]
  7. One of, if not the greatest strengths in the forum our amazing combined knowledge! It's quite rare that a technical question goes unanswered, but there is only so much we can know before professional input is required. So, we're proud to launch the. ... <drumroll please> Caravan Talk Experts These positions will be available to experts from companies across different sectors, such as insurance, towcars, finance etc. .. to answer the difficult questions that we can't really obtain without speculation. These Experts are individually picked by Caravan Talk and will have a designated forum area that they'll be monitoring, in order to answer questions and give advice. The Caravan Talk Experts will also be looking for FAQs and writing up advice articles for the Caravan Talk advice areas. Towergate Insurance is the first Expert to join in and has said hello in the insurance forum. Please help make them welcome and feel free to ask any insurance questions that have you stumped
  8. Hi all After the great responses following the Caravan Talk Awards in October, we are pleased to announce that we’ve booked a stand for The Spring Caravan & Camping Show at the NEC! From the 19th to the 24th February you will be able to find us at stand 2128 in Hall 2, near to the cafe and restrooms. You can find the latest floorplan (dated 10th Dec) for the Spring Caravan Show here. We’ll have fun things to do, including a couple of iPads to access the forums and a fun photo-op (good for a chuckle with the family ). It would be great to see you there so please pop by and say ‘hello’!
  9. This year marks the first ever Spring Caravan & Camping Show at the NEC and our first ever stand at a major caravan show (2128, Hall 2)! To celebrate, we’ve teamed up with the NCC to give away 20 pairs of tickets! To enter, simply let us know which stand you are most looking forward to seeing at the Spring Caravan Show and why they are your choice - just post a reply in this thread. We will pick 20 lucky winners from all the entries at random! Each winner will receive one pair of tickets. The competition will close at midnight on the 31st of January and winners will be picked and contacted on the 1st of Feb. You have to be a member of Caravan Talk to enter, so either sign in or sign up (membership is free). Good luck everyone! The Spring Caravan & Camping Show at the NEC This brand new show will welcome both existing enthusiasts and newcomers to caravanning, motorhoming and camping looking to buy or browse all the latest mid-season launch models, must-have leisure accessories, tents and camping gear. It’s also the perfect place to research & book new holiday destinations, campsites, attractions and service providers. The Show celebrates the very best of the great outdoors and welcomes a host of TV personalities who’ll be encouraging visitors to get stuck into sensational free ‘have a go’ features. These include a 'Drop Zone' ‘Rock Face Challenge’ climbing wall, ‘Campsite Cooking’, kayaking and water zorbing on an indoor pool, 'One to One with Wildlife’ in association with Dudley Zoological Gardens and a 'Rod and Reel' angling competition. Fresh from filming dramatic “Operation Iceberg” with the BBC is extreme diver, climber, kayaker, author, zoologist and all round adventure seeking ‘action man’ Andy Torbet. Andy will be joining in some of the more dynamic and energetic Show attractions and sharing some of his on and off camera experiences in the natural world. Don’t miss him on Tuesday 19th February. Growing up on a farm in rural Dorset; cook, writer and broadcaster Valentine Warner learnt early on the important connection between the natural world and the table. His best selling book “What to Eat Now” led to a successful TV series of the same name and a follow up title ‘The Good Table’ Valentine will join in the action in our “Campsite Cooking” and “Rod and Reel” features on Wednesday 20th February to explore the rich pickings on offer to those that ‘live off the fat of the land’. Nick Baker is a naturalist and wildlife TV presenter who has travelled to the wildest parts of the planet in search of weird, bizarre and incredible creatures. With a particular fondness of bugs and insects (his nickname is ‘Bugboy Baker’), Nick will be introducing us to a few of his favourite six (and eight) legged friends at the Show’s “One to One with Wildlife” attraction, in association with Dudley Zoological Gardens on Friday 22nd February. Both The Caravan Club and The Camping and Caravanning Club will be attending the Show and entertaining visitors with new initiative launches, expert towing and motorhome manoeuvring tuition and celebrity guests. Book early and benefit from a discounted advance ticket price of just £7. 00 for seniors (60 + years) and £8. 00 for adults. * Children under 16 years are admitted free of charge when accompanied by a paying adult. To book tickets, please visit the show website www. springcaravanandcampingshow. co. uk or call 0844 581 1250.
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