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Chirp type noise on hook up

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Post by wilksy Mon Oct 11, 2021 11:52 am

Before I try reading the many manuals I wonder if anybody could point me in the direction of a chirping type noise I here periodically in my Corinium Duo, can't say when I noticed it as I have been busy on other things recently.

The vehicle is parked up outside my house connected to the mains via a hook up lead 24/7, the fridge/freezer says its on auto via the hook up and is cold so the 240V is functioning.

However the chirping noise is still present, when we went away in it a couple of months ago and on hook up there was no chirping.
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Post by Cymro Mon Oct 11, 2021 12:11 pm

I suspect that there's no link between being on mains, and the chirping. The most common chirping is, of course, an indicator of low voltage in a replaceable battery - e.g. CO2 alarm or smoke alarm. It's possible that on a 2021 van there are other items similarly powered.

We get one Beep from the microwave when we connect to mains; it's useful to hear it from outside the van, as confirmation of successful connection. But that's not. recurring chirp.

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Post by johndean Mon Oct 11, 2021 12:25 pm

Hi, 
Had similar noise intermittent from the co alarm above rear door on my 2 year old Fairford , took sometime to workout where it was coming from, the alarm had a non replaceable battery, couldn’t switch it off, didn’t have the little bent pin, made a bent two legged pin to shut it up, contacted alarm company who replaced by return of post because the battery should last I think 6 years. If you saved the little pin for shutting up just insert it and contact I think it was Angel.
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