Originally Posted by Angel
"temp sensor failed" which I was afraid of because the battery temp went up to 112 f when the Isotherm refrig started not working right a day before the refrig fuse blew. I pulled the refrig and tested the volts into it and it was 24 ? An hour later all the refrig lights were out so I checked the fuse and replaced it. Now volts into it are 13.4 the same as the voltage read out on the Blue Sky Solar Boost.
Iím still somewhat puzzled about your post.
Just be aware that rapid flashing might indicate a problem or one of the issues you posted. But in my vans normal operation a slow steady flash has always indicated that my batteries are at full charge. You are seeing a flash indicator youíve never seen and this throws up a red flag. If I remember, youíre a full timer and there would be a chance that you normally keep things on that would keep you from ever seeing a full charge indication. But I certainly do not want you to think all is well if there is a problem. I would suggest you put things back into normal operation but monitor the situation.
Iím trying to figure how you measured 24 volts at the refrigerator. Are you sure?
A temperature thermistor can fail, but in my van this device is connected to the charger and controls charging via the inverter (Prosine 2000). I donít have temperature control from the solar charger. Feel free to PM me for other info if needed. Hopefully all is wellÖDave B