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Old 08-01-2016, 17:12   #1
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ISOTHERM ASU (BD80) dipswitch setting??

Hello, after 6 months absence my ref is "loco loco". Taking the Isotherm ASU electronics away the ref runs fine in "Danfoss mode". The ASU attached it keeps cycling as there would be low voltage, it still cools, but certainly not enough for the tropics. But it never shows "faulty electronic". There is a possibility the dipswitchs might have been accidentally changed by my boatboy.

BTW, the connector for negative between the 2 electronics discolors, obviously becoming to hot. Anyone experiencing same?

Would be great if anyone could help me out with
- the original settings
- even greater, a description of their usage, maybe for the tropics other settings might be more appropriate. Unit came from a Northern US-dealer.

It is the WHITE ASU for the BD80

Thanks a lot for any help, the manual is not really helpfull and searching for days, this seems to be one of the most hidden secrets on the internet.

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