An inverter without enough juice can do that.
Have you go one?
Have you go one?
Describe it in much more depth.tommytli said:ive never heard this before what is it?? what do i need to do??
I don't know your particular set up but if the battery is low and the charger is trying to pour amps in fast, I guess this could cause transformer hum and fan noise.tommytli said:not sure if i have an inverter under the seat, under the seat there is a battery and the unit what charges it i presume? and the beep is a constant high pitch beep, one thing i have noticed is the battery seems a bit low
I think that you have the same set-up as me. I would try putting it on the mains hook-up.tommytli said:should i hook up to the house to charge it up?
the lights on the control panel were flickering all over, this has never happened before. ive plugged it in to the house so lets see if that helpscronkle said:I think that you have the same set-up as me. I would try putting it on the mains hook-up.tommytli said:should i hook up to the house to charge it up?
How many light does your control panel show for the battery (without it being on the ehu)?
Hi tommytlitommytli said:oh and sorry if i broke any forum rules i was starting to flap as we set off tomorrow
I'm not sure that I would turn it off at that switch. On my system I have notice that on two occasions the battery seemed to get quite low and the only thing that was odd in that situation was that I had turned off the lighting circuit at the control panel without turning off a light at its own switch. Now, with my limited knowledge of such things that doesn't make sense as a cause and effect but perhaps someone with more knowledge than me could offer an explanation and maybe that could also explain your battery being low.tommytli said:the step it built in not electric, i think patrick has got it there is a switch/cap at the side of the seat that unclips and looking at the hand book it switches off the battery whilst not in use i will have to remember to un plug it cheers again