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Hi, my DILC is the compact type with internal controller. I have checked the voltages and all is OK and the heater fires up correctly and, when I return the 3 position rocker switch to the central position, goes through the shut down routine. So everything appears fine except the rotary thermostat doesn't appear to do anything. I did once put the switch to the 'o' position but the green LED did not light and the heater started to 'pulse' so i switched back to the central position and it shut down as normal - Colin

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message edited because the info was wrong.

I initially told Colin the NO controllers included a separate temperature sensor inside them.
Colin has a controller that can also be used on the new Airtronic heaters.
Controller (part number 30100154) does indeed have an internal ambient temperature sensor inside and the connections are as follows:-

Controller pin 1 (common ground) to heater pin 13
Controller pin 2 (target temp set) to heater pin 7
Controller pin 3 (no connection)
Controller pin 4 (no connection)
Controller pin 5 (supply positive) to heater pin 5
Controller pin 6 (heater start) to heater pin 14
Controller pin "T" (ambient temp sense) to htr pin 8





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Colin (rudging):-

More info earlier in thread:-
page 8 (post dated Nov 26 2006 at 4:13 PM)
page 9 (post dated Nov 27 2006 at 9:48 AM).

We can continue with PM's if I can be of any further help.

E/boat Steve

p.s. Is anyone else having horrendous problems with loss of paragraphs ("carriage return/line feed" or lack of it!)

E/boat Steve

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Just a little tip for anyone having to wade through multi page posts. If you log in, go to preferences and under the heading...

Default Topics Returned:Show me  topics/messages at a time...change to 99.

Then click the Update button.

Paul

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You live and learn.
Thanks Swordfish!

(that makes this thread just 2 pages long).

E/boat Steve



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I used to think that manuals for older heaters were unobtainable, but (unless I'm just not very observant) something new has happened.

Anyone with older D1L or D1LC (non compact) heaters can now download a technical manual here (not that the spares situation will change on these models):-

http://www.eberspacher.com/support.php?section=support

E/boat Steve

p.s. manuals for several of the newer models are available too

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There's something in our installation that I have never explained my reasons for:-

We have 3 cabin outlets - 2 are supplied by branching the air duct using either a "Y piece" or a "Y branch" (offset Y with one straight through path and one off at an angle).
Our third outlet is in the tiny rear cabin, so I wanted to reduce the air flow to this cabin whilst  maximising flow to the others.
This is the reason for the "T piece" close to the heater output and it has the desired effect, although air flow in the rear cabin is drastically reduced when all 3 outlets are open.

E/boat Steve

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Forgot to add the picture..

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I'm never happy to settle for a basic bit of kit when (with a little bit of work), a potentially useful feature can be added.
All the latest heaters allow for them to blow cool air in summer, so why not the D1LC compact?
The answer, it seems, is that it was a rarely used option that vehicle manufacturers could choose to wire into their vehicle's blower controls.
I've found the relevant connection, but I'll bet this will be another missing pin on the control module multiplug.
I won't be able to check this out on board for some time, but I'll update the thread if and when I find that it works.
If Lord Paul is reading this, it's why I asked him if he wouldn't mind checking multiplug pin 1 on his "new" heater.

E/boat Steve

p.s. info to date is that +ve supply volts (12 or 24 per heater voltage) applied to pin 1 should theoretically operate the blower for cool air. As of yet, I don't know whether this is just a control function or would carry the blower motor current. (I suspect the former) - this post will be replaced by firm info when I have it.

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Eberspacher D3LC. Thermostat 12v part number 30100154.
I was directed to this very useful Forum when I started searching for information about the Eberspacher 12v thermostat, part number 30100154.
My D3LC heater seems to work well, if with a little too much fan noise but it is getting on now. When fired up the heater gives out enough heat to warm the boat. However, I think the thermostat(+ start-stop switch) has developed a fault. Using the three position rocker switch seems to enable starting and the correct close down sequence. It will also just circulate cold air. When the heater has started and the thermostat turned to high, the heater and fan run at full speed, which would be expected, but, when the thermostat is turned down to low, there is no corresponding reduction in heater or fan setting. Occasionally, if you turn the thermostat down, it will run at a low setting but then often stops. If you turn the thermostat higher it starts again but it doesn't seem to follow the thermostat instructions.
Has anyone experienced similar problems? Am I right in thinking that the thermostat is faulty and the solution is to purchase a replacement part and fit it, or is there more to this than that?
Any help with this matter would be most gratefully received.
Regards,
David Cooper

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