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    Dimension electrics

    I am checking the electrics on my Romahome Dimension before going away and the lights, pump and heater work, but cannot get my small electric kettle to work plugged into the 3 pin socket by the back door or the 3 pin socket floor level.
    I have checked that the kettle is working ok in the house and it works fine.

    Is there something I have forgotten to do?

    Ian

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    Err have you connected the ehu?? I'm guessing the lights etc will work of the 12v leisure battery. Sorry to ask the obvious first!!! If ehu is connected, have you tripped a fuse somehow??
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      #3
      Dimension electrics

      Thank you Glen

      Sorry I am a real novice - what is ehu

      My van is on the street and I have no hook up-so does that mean I can't plug any appliances without the electric hook up.

      Ian

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        #4
        Hi Ian

        EHU is electric hook up.

        You will need a cable that plugs in your van and the other end plugs into an electric hook up on a campsite and then you will be able to use your electrical equipment in the van. If you haven't got ehu you can't use your 24v equipment.

        Other than that only 12v is available run from the leisure battery.
        Graham
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          #5
          Hi, if you click the amazon forum shop banner on the top or the page and then look in the camping accessories section, you can buy a ehu cable and also if you can park near enough to your house you can also get an adapter that let's you plug into your house electrics, it's also available in the camping accessories section.

          Having just read my original reply, I realise it could be read as being sarcastic, it wasn't meant that way. Sorry if that's the way it was taken.
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            #6
            Ian.
            Once you've got the van plugged in, slide open the wardrobe and check all the trip switches that are hiding behind it are up.
            Ant

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              #7
              Dimension electrics

              Thanks everybody for your replies - all your advice and help is very much appreciated.

              Ian

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