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We have a 2006 Murvi Morelo in which we have started to receive a 'Selection not available' message when pressing the buttons on the VB03 control panel.
I thought the leisure batteries may be too low so hooked up to mains for a few days but the message is still there.
The only buttons that work are the 'All lighting button' (top righ when pressed for more than a second, and the inside/outside temp reading.
The leisure batteries are reading around 14v to they seem fine.
I've shut the unit down and restarted and the problem is still the same.

Any suggestions?
thanks
Steve

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Welcome to the site, hopefully you can get your problem sorted quickly and you'll come back and contribute more.

If it was me, I would be doing a hard reset, pulling the fuse out, going for a cup of tea, then putting the fuse back in to see what happens. I'm not saying that's what you should do, just what I would do.

My reasoning behind this is that perhaps the little electronic gizmos need a reboot and removing the fuse will remove the power which holds up the current volatile memory.
 

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Thank you for your response.
I've pulled the main vehicle fuse and left it, plug it back in, restarted the system and still the same.
I have also posted on a Murvi forum and the suggestion is corrosion on the cables going into the control boxes so I will work on that and report back.
Thanks again for your help
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I don't actually know what the main vehicle fuse is but is there a chance that it does not control the control panel? I've heard numerous people say that pulling the control panel out and removing the connection at the rear.... Cup of tea etc, then re-attach does the job like a computer reset.
 

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I don't actually know what the main vehicle fuse is but is there a chance that it does not control the control panel? I've heard numerous people say that pulling the control panel out and removing the connection at the rear.... Cup of tea etc, then re-attach does the job like a computer reset.
Yes, that's what I was driving at, pulling the fuse for the control panel would do the same as disconnecting it, we call it a cold reset in the aircraft industry.
 
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