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Old 08-08-2019, 04:06 PM   #1
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Seeking advise for my Webasto heating/ hot water system. One of the 3 fuses, installed under the drivers seat is constantly failing. It happened before and my dealer ship replaced the burning chamber. This was about $1,000 affair. Now after a while it happens again. Its being to long to go back and claim it. Not trusting the dealership's capability of repairing it again I am looking for somebody in the Pacific Northwest who would be able to do it. The problem is, it has to be a, by Webasto certified technician because extensive testing and setups are required. Anybody out there who could help? Thanks
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I doubt that I can help but do you think it could be related to low voltage at all?


Do you know if your Etrek had a balancer (the 12V/24V thingy) installed?
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I doubt that I can help but do you think it could be related to low voltage at all?


Do you know if your Etrek had a balancer (the 12V/24V thingy) installed?
Thanks for your reply. Voltage is okay, brand new batteries (8 each), and balancer is installed and okay too. It is, most likely caused by the diesel sod collected over time. If not adjusted correctly the chamber will not burn the diesel correctly and it builds up.
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Thanks for your reply. Voltage is okay, brand new batteries (8 each), and balancer is installed and okay too. It is, most likely caused by the diesel sod collected over time. If not adjusted correctly the chamber will not burn the diesel correctly and it builds up.
Check your grounds. Supply voltage may look fine, but that doesn't mean that the heater is seeing it.
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