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Hi we have an 09 Swift Conqueror 530 and the control panel above the door wouldn,t light up

So hubby changed the battery but it still won't work it flashed on then Went off again. Spoke to

Our local swift Caravan dealer where we get our Caravan serviced and was told we had to take

The Control panel also the fuse box to them and they will send them away. The Fuse box is the large one

At the top end of the Caravan at the front just wanted to ask is it easy to get it off? Or will there

Be lots of complicated wires to sort out we are not electricians so a bit worried about disconnecting it

 

Any advice will be greatly appreciated quite gutted as we were off to Cheddar this morning for a long

Weekend hoped to take them down this morning and they say will take a week to get them back

Keeping fingers crossed they can sort it out for us We are assuming we disconnect the Leiaure Battery

First

 

Maureen

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Hi

For advice and repairs contact http://www. apuljackengineering. co. uk/services. htm

 

From web site

Nord Elettronica

 

NE186 Chargers

 

NE143 Chargers (all types including packaged with mains circuit breakers)

 

NE213 Chargers

 

TE43

 

ESM2006CWS, ESM2004

 

NE221, NE189, NE184 Fuse boards

 

NE222 & NE183 Control panels

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Hi

I guess that you are trying control panel just off the battery, if so try changing the inline fuse that is on its own just behind the battery box (yellow 20amp), may work then and save you a lot of work.

Good Luck

Harry

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As you say any work on electrics disconnect the battery.

If you can, take clear photos of wiring before disconnecting.

Look at the photos and the wirin, decide if they contain all

the necessary detail for you to proceed if there is any doubt

leave it to the experts. A multimeter with Audible continuity tester

is an investment there are a lot to choose from but this is reasonable

http://www. amazon. co. uk/DIGIFLEX-Testing-Digital-Multimeter-Voltmeter/dp/B003NEGZLS/ref=sr_1_1?s=diy&ie=UTF8&qid=1390328528&sr=1-1&keywords=multimeter+digital

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We had a similar problem and were about to send it off to Mr apuljacke who was very helpful on the phone, when I discovered a multiconnector behind the gas fire that had come apart slightly. The connector is swinging in free space with the weight of the wire hanging on it and had gradually sagged undone.

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