Thanks for the info. I will e-mail Lucy tomorrow. I have been told by
the Reya support office in the US, that the unit can be reset by
disconnecting and reconnecting the 24v and 220v cables. This seems a
bit strange to me but I will give it a try.
First I will recheck the fuses. If I send it back to the factory for
repair, what was the alteration that you had done to make it standard?
Regards John SM391
--- In email@example.com, "Anne & John Hollamby"
Dolphin 1 (2000/2001). Dolphin 2 was brought in around 2002 or 3 and
I think there is a later version. There is or was an Irish girl at
Reya's,who, if you will excuse the expression, speaks and writes
perfect English. I found her very helpful. Her address
lucy.kellyatreya.com. I had my 50amp Mk 1 repaired at the factory
and also altered so that it is a standard unit like the thousands
they sell to other people. I removed the board from the casing and
sent back by ordinary post to France and got it back in the UK.
So far as I recall they did not charge for the repair possiblybecause there was a two year warranty.
The fuses were not welded in on my unit, they came out after alittle juggling with pliers. They are normal European automobile type
and he actual fuse wire can be seen without removing them as it is a
wire at the top.
The instructions for the latest type are available on the Reyawebsite. I have a copy of the Dolphin 2 version but not the one for
my earlier one. The D2 has six LEDs and has an equalisation stage. It
seems that it also has an 8 position switch so that it can be altered
to give the correct charge to 8 types of batteries.
I will post the D2 gen in the files section in about a months timewhen I am back on broadband and not being robbed by Vodaphone for my
cell phone connection, assuming that noone else has done so in the
now have the address for a US dealer, so I will contact themabout
what support is offered.a
repair will end up costing more than a straight replacement.unfortunately, I
> have not suggestion, but this problem is known.SM.
> > Yesterday it stopped producing a charge to the batteries. The100
> > center in the US?