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VIctron MPII Inverter Overload


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Can anyone assist in figuring out what has gone wrong here. I work away from home and I cannot physically check anything.

My wife heard the alarm and upon checking she said she thought she could smell something burning. However she's not sure. When I look at the alarm logs I see a temperature alarm followed by the overload error 8 seconds later. I'v reset the system, switched the inverter off and on again but the alarm just reappears. I think the inverter might be damaged. Any advice at all will be appreciated. I've now bypassed the inverter completely.

MultiPlus-II 48/3000/35-32 (externe sensor max 32A)

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