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Author Topic: Heat Pump Install @ Courtiestown  (Read 26709 times)
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« Reply #150 on: July 04, 2018, 10:27:47 AM »

Good Morning All,

Just to add to issues being experienced with the Solar ET, the Growatt keeps giving BMS error messages and the Immersun now won't start up because the fan appears to have gone tits up. I'm getting an Error 13 - fan fault.

Isn't technology wonderful?

Current priority is getting my Turner engined Land-Rover ready for Glamis this weekend.



16 BP380 on a Lorentz ETATRACK1000/SB1700, 16 Chinese 80W/SB1700, 16 BP380/SMA SB1700. CTC GSi12 + Ecosol + Flowbox 8010e/Gledhill ASL0085 EHS/3 Navitron 4720AL solar ET panels and Immersun T1060/ T1070/ T1090. 7 Tianwei 235W/ Aurora PVI 3.6kW/ Growatt SP2000 c/w 5kWhr battery and a Renault Zoe
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