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gazdoubleu
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    Hi Tango

    Worth remembering that if the Elektroblok reads a battery voltage below 11 volt you can’t switch the 12 volt back on. If there’s any additional resistance due to oxidised connectors the Elektroblok may misread the battery voltage. Mine wouldn’t switch on the 12 volt electrics if the battery voltage dropped below 11.5 volts (measured at the battery terminals.)

    I sent my EBl99 back to Schaudt for repair just after Brexit due to the usual failed mains power supply. Wish I’d used A&N as whilst I can’t fault Schaudt the unit was stuck in a DHL customs building for weeks & I had to pay import charges to get my own unit back!