The main goal of this circuit is to limit the current if the output side is shorted. LED1 Lights up when output is shorted. LED2 lights up with output isnt shorted. U1 is a 12V regulator with current limiting features.
Problem: Why does LED1 light up when I apply 13.91V input voltage, even though it should not? Is this because the excess voltage is being dropped over LED1, given that the Vdrop is 12?
Can I added a resistor in parallel to the LED to bleed it out? Is that the best solution?