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JAYNE SMITH
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I have a Bailey Valencia and the control panel is showing no power and no power to the motor mover but the battery is fully charged can anyone help? 

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  • JanandJay changed the title to Power Problem

Che ck the battery terminal connections are clean and pretty tight. Then, there is an in-line fuse holder in the main power cable from the battery to the power distribution box where the battery charger, circuit breakers and the rest of the caravan's fuses are located. This fuse is often overlooked as it is separate from the rest and located usually within a foot of the battery box. Good luck.

 

Dave.

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You say that the battery is fully charged, but how do you know? A dead battery may sometimes appear to be fully charged until you try to use it!

Incidentally, and no offence intended, but posting in all capitals is often considered to be shouting.

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It could be the battery a terminal is not tight or wiring loose, but very difficult to tell. Did you have the caravan last year, and was everything working then?

I would check the battery, if you do not have the equipment, Halfords and other firms can do it for you. You do not say if it has been left on the caravan over winter or whether it was charged up which would help.

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