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Post by wal71 on Sat Jun 11, 2016 8:30 pm

Habitation door is normally operated by the remote button on the large key. Since it stopped operating remotely we have had to lock and unlock manually using the small key. The same one as used for water etc.
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Post by Paulmold on Sat Jun 11, 2016 9:00 pm

Thanks for clarifying.  
Have you checked that your contacts are aligned?

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Post by rose49f on Sat Jun 11, 2016 9:01 pm

wal71 wrote:Habitation door is normally operated by the remote button on the large key. Since it stopped operating remotely we have had to lock and unlock manually using the small key. The same one as used for water etc.
Thanks. Not confused anymore. Different to my 2006 model
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Post by bikeralw on Sat Jun 11, 2016 9:24 pm

Lancky wrote:Friends of ours looked at a 2007 Neuvo ES this week [having seen ours] and I was impressed that the hab door worked with the remote as our 2004 is a manual and same key as gas locker etc. At least I think it was a 2007 they were looking at! It is the first year that cab air con was fitted...anyway they have turned face and now looking at a 2009 ES for the same price and lower mileage with even more updates than our humble 2004!
I'd substitute 'humble 2004' with 'superior 2004'! We've been trawling the dealers looking for a newer Nuevo and I have to say we've been underwhelmed. What 'updates' we saw were of questionable worth to say the least. Most were just added complications, which seem to go wrong and have been well documented here.
We'll be sticking with what we have and putting the 15k saved towards more continental trips..
Sorry for going off topic, but the word 'humble' got me going...
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Post by wal71 on Sun Jun 12, 2016 1:33 pm

Hi, as promised , culprit found. Stripped down contacts on door first - easiest and most likely, all ok. Next did the door FRAME side - both wires unattached. Very fiddly job, involves 2 sizes of magnetic screwdriver, tweezers and a mouth held torch.
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Post by Gromit on Sun Jun 12, 2016 2:14 pm

wal71 wrote:Hi, as promised , culprit found. Stripped down contacts on door first - easiest and most likely, all ok. Next did the door FRAME side - both wires unattached. Very fiddly job, involves 2 sizes of magnetic screwdriver, tweezers and a mouth held torch.

Well done. Thanks for the feedback.

Get a head torch for next time. It saves the false teeth dropping out!!! snigger

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Post by steamdrivenandy on Sun Jun 12, 2016 2:53 pm

I have a head torch which I first purchased for late evening dog walks, with one beardie lead in each hand a third hand was needed to hold a torch and a fourth to wield a poo bag, if required. With head torch problem resolved. It has proved itself useful in all sorts of situations since. The only issue is I chose a wind-up rechargeable type which, as Mr Sod's Law suggests, always runs out of power at a critical moment, resulting in frantic dismantling and crazed winding.
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