End of Heater Trauma...

Discussion in 'Heating and Air-Conditioning' started by JJ, Feb 26, 2011.

  1. JJ

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    One or two of you might have allowed yourselves to be bored by my rambling ups and downs re the non working of the heater in my classic Hymer 660.

    After replacing the burners and the control valve, I ordered a new igniter on Dec 15th. It was "sent" out to me (in Portugal) on Dec 20th. It did not arrive but I had to wait 30 working days before they would send another one.

    After waiting until Feb 7th they said they would send another one. On checking the address it turned out they had sent the original one to the wrong place (in the Uk) and wanted me to return it before sending it on to me in Portugal! :Eeek:

    Anyhow they eventually saw reason... sent another one which arrived yesterday... and... one minute, twenty seven seconds later my heater is fully working with the correct bits again.

    The fact that it is now so sunny and hot that I don't need it is irrelevant... :thumb:

    JJ

     
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    Bur be lovely and warm for the coming winter Mr JJ of Portugal:coolthumb:
     
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    Congratulations, may your parking spot be always warm and cozy.

    Doug...
     
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    proper job nice to know some bright spark fixed it in the end.
     
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    so now the heaters fixed you can start on the museum
     
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    Went to put up the first exhibit just now but have left it in the other van :cry:

    JJ
     
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    Was that a heater trauma or Truma JJ?:Laughing:
     
  8. JJ

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    Well done Phil for getting the subtle title of thread... :thumb: :Rofl1:

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    JJ,

    You know I'm slow! (only took 7 hours!)
     
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    by the time you get around to it there will be two to nail to the tree
     
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