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    Not sure where you ended up John but the link Derek provided earlier ends up here https://www.google.com/maps/place/GT+Leisure+Parts+Ltd/@53.5086047,-1.4602988,98m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m14!1m7!3m6!1s0x48797b5c7c65e899:0x4710965c25c58f4e!2sCRS+Accident+Repair+Centre+(Cosmetic+Repair+Solutions)+-+Barnsley!8m2!3d53.5085958!4d-1.4617068!16s%2Fg%2F11l6vd2gvt!3m5!1s0x48797bcf32a99a27:0xc7cec50f0bd4c04!8m2!3d53.5086743!4d-1.4597867!16s%2Fg%2F11pv9gf_dx?entry=ttu
  2. If I was you I would ditch the 'bell wire' and rewire entirely with your 2.5 mm^2 cable!
  3. Hi Pepe, I have just purchased a Renogy free standing 100 Watt solar panel and 10 Amp charge controller so very similar to yours! the big difference is I have mounted the controller near the leisure battery rather than on the back of the panels. The instructions for the controller have a table of current versus wire size... So for 10 Amps you only need 16AWG which is actually 1.5 mm^2 wire.
  4. Loosen the nut and see what happens! Have you not got a pair of water pump pliers or pipe stilsons? Or is there a neighbour you could ask who may have some?
  5. Watching the video you do not need the key to fit the lock, so you will not need the key to remove it. Your reference to household, presumably EURO cylinders is not relevant to these locks as you only need the key to remove the cylinder and in this case you are removing the whole lock.
  6. You could try making a simple open ended spanner from a piece of steel sheet... May just do for a one off!
  7. Try using a sharp chisel and drift the nut undone. But be careful not to damage the panel, maybe get a helper to support the other side with a heavy weight and a soft cloth for protection. It can't be that tight!
  8. Undo the nut and see what happens!
  9. Especially on a five year old unit!!! Have you contacted CBE or Wildax to see what they have to say about it?
  10. And this was the reason for the failure! 3 or 4 days with no power caused the capacitor to discharge below the level it could recover from.
  11. I thought the relay was in the EM50 ??? Check for voltage on the fuse and go from there.
  12. Have you checked the fuses in the EM50 box? Ideally use a multlimeter and check for voltage at both ends of the fuses whilst in situ, and with the engine running, by touching the probes into the small 'windows' at either end of the fuse by the Amp rating.
  13. Was the solar charge controller and panel(s) ever connected without the battery being connected? This may have resulted in an over voltage situation ???
  14. Have you tried using this contact button or phone number? https://www.outandaboutlive.co.uk/information/contact-oal
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