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Control panel saying I’m on hook up?

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Post by CC Sun Jun 16, 2024 9:48 am

Just spent the night at a pub stopover in the New Forrest & when I’ve just started up & pulled away I got a high pitched alarm sound, pulled over & checked the rear to find the control panel warning me that my engine is running whilst I’m plugged in? Clearly I wasn’t plugged in as we had no electric, why would the panel give this warning? 
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Post by Dbvwt Sun Jun 16, 2024 10:35 am

Because it’s a computer… and a Sargent computer!!

Joking aside, I take it you have powered everything off/on to reset it?
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Post by CC Sun Jun 16, 2024 11:36 am

It’s fine now… I hadn’t powered down the control panel before moving off so that may have triggered it, don’t usually worry as everything goes off when you start the engine, only thing I can think of, just hadn’t happened previously, having said this I’m still getting used to things.

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Post by Caraman Sun Jun 16, 2024 3:17 pm

On mine before disconnecting from the EHU I turn the Truma heating and hot water OFF and then turn the Truma CP OFF.  I then turn everything off on the EC700 CP including its Power Button but not the EC700 PSU under the seat.  I once started the engine whilst still connected to an EHU to read the wretched LPG gauge and had all the alarms you have experienced.  I cleared it eventually by shutting down the EC700 PSU which as Dbvwt has said is a bit like shutting down a computer to clear a fault. Has the P 948 whatever that means cleared from the Truma CP?
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