That seems a hell of a lot of water, I should do a check on ours I suppose, but lethargy keeps setting in, plus it's right bitch of a job on Ducatos.
Yes that was my thought (overcharging)inkey-2008 said:If you are putting that amount in the batteries then I would think that you my have problems with over charging.
That is an excessive amount in so short a time.
Are you leaving them on charge if so you needed a charger that will give only a float charge once they are charged.
Guess What!?Vennwood said:Hi Trev,
What regulator do you have on the solar panels? If you have the Steca regulator and you connected to the panels before connecting to the batteries then the batteries will seriously overcharge.
I had a similar problem and when I read the manual (now there is a novelty ) it said that if you connect the panel first then the controller doesn't know what voltage your batteries are and continues to pump in full power at 16 volts etc. If this is the case then simply disconnect the solar panels count to 10 and re-connect them.
Being on EHU shouldn't be a problem as they are designed to cut back when the batteries are fully charged.