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Post by PLOUGHLIN on Tue Feb 05, 2019 5:24 pm

frederic wrote:So do mine but how does it reset??
frederic

I would expect, in the absence of a reset button, the rocket returns to off position, requiring it to be switched back to the on position. If a fault still present it would not hold in the on position.

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Post by frederic on Tue Feb 05, 2019 7:30 pm

See what a good Informative site this is.
Now it needs someone to write it all up for inclusion in a Help Sheet.
ps I qualified in Mec. Engineering and left the rest to the Sparkies smile!
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Post by terry678 on Wed Feb 27, 2019 2:45 pm

Problem solved!! Thank you for all of the information you provided. The problem was that the habitation battery was so flat when I tried to recharge that there was not enough in the battery to hold in the contactor in the master switch. I discovered this when I took the van out for a 40 mile drive. The battery recharged and hey presto the master switch operated correctly and the voltmeter indicated the battery voltage.
 Ten days down the line I have put the battery on a maintenance charge and everything is working fine. Moral of this story don't let your habitation battery go flat!
Thank you once again to all of you who took the trouble to offer assistance.
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