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Post by Ian823478 on Wed Jan 29, 2014 5:24 pm

Hi Folks

I'm sure this is a really dull question but anyway:
The manual for our van describes how the 12V miniature circuit breakers are on the outside of the wardrobe - but they are not there, and I cannot find them!
Does anyone else have a Ravenna with 12V mcbs or fuses located somewhere else?
We have an omnivent extractor, again does anyone know where the fuse might be for this?

Many thanks
Ian
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Post by Peter Brown on Wed Jan 29, 2014 5:44 pm

I've just spoken to a friend who has a Ravenna and his circuit breakers are on the outside of the wardrobe in plain sight.  Have you got a circuit diagram in your handbook?

His van doesn't have a extractor but the circuit diagram shows one with its own breaker.

Peter

PS  I've found a picture via google and I assume the breakers are the red switches in the bottom left panel

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Post by Ian823478 on Wed Jan 29, 2014 6:16 pm

Hi Peter
Thanks for the quick reply - I'll try to put up a pic of the controls on the wardrobe. I have a 105 page manual but I cannot find any circuit diagrams. I can find several references to 12V fuses and MCBs, depending where I look.
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Post by Peter Brown on Wed Jan 29, 2014 6:54 pm

It looks like a much newer installation. I think if you find the power unit there will be fuses there instead of the circuit breakers.

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Post by Ian823478 on Thu Jan 30, 2014 5:22 pm

Hi All
I visited a servicing centre today and they advised me the switches are also the mcbs!
Unfortunately none of these appear to affect the supply to the omnivent extractor, so if anyone has any suggestions where the extractor might tie into the 12V system I would be very grateful. My actual problem is that the -ve cable to the extractor has failed - if I run a supply to the fan it works, without it the fan will not run.
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