As I said in an earlier post my battery was not being charge when on mains on my Bailey Senator Indiana 5. I had E-Mailed Bailey's technical department to ask if there was an inline fuse that I could not find and they replied that there were a few plugs that could become unconnected in the power line.These were white flat plugs and there was another plug similar to a small kettle type plug which could also work loose. Having located the white plugs and finding all OK I then had a look for the kettle type plug. No good I could not find it anywhere, so I gave up and took it to my local caravan repairer and handed the problem to them. Within an hour they had found the fault, and guess what ? It was the kettle type plug that had become disconnected and no wonder I could not find it as they had to remove the main fuse and electric panel to locate it at the rear. Now with the charging circuit back working and £36.00 lighter in my pocket I am one happy caravaner.
Hi Arceye, I had exactly the same problem, after speaking to BCA (manufacturers of the charging system) I fitted a cable tie which keeps the plug in place, they can work loose again (mine did twice) despite having the BCA "Modified" feature added. Had no problems since. It might be a good idea to do this when you have a few mins spare. Paul
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