Older Bessacarr E600

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  1. Brightonian

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    Anyone else got one?
     
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    I've got one
     
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    Brilliant thought i was the only one!
    How long have you had yours and how do you like it?
    I have had some damp issues which i have now sorted, just need to use it a bit more.
     
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    About a year been to a few rally's, going to Malvern this weekend. Mine is 1998 and is on a Fiat Ducati base
     
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    Mine is a 1999 on a Fiat Ducati base. Bought it in 2007 and still don't know how to work the boiler properly. Also got some rust above windscreen i need to sort out.
    Sometimes i feel like i want a change, i quite fancy a Hymer S550 but i have to say my 600 has never missed a beat.
     
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    I have some lights that are out on the panels for the fan and water heater otherwise everything works ok
    I had trouble working out how to get hot water but I think that was because of the lights out
    there is a panel that has pictures of cab and rear of Motorhome on it when you are traveling where do you put the switch for the fridge on the cab or rear once you switch it to 12 volt
     
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    I just leave the switch in the middle but as soon as i take the key out of the ignition the fridge stops until i connect to electric hookup or turn the engine back on. Don't really know where the switch should be when driving.
    Can you tell me how to turn hot water on using gas? Not quite sure what buttons are what:unsure:
     
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    Do you have one of these on the wall ?
    The light dosnt work on mine but all i do is turn gas on then press the button with the 1 on it and listen for the boiler firing up, it makes a small clicking sound, mine is under the seat, if im not sure i go outside and where the vent is it starts to warm up
    Penny
     
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    The top switch with the words water heater on it are only for when you are on electric, I dont switch it on when in gas
     
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    Thanks,
    In all the time i have had the van only used the switch for electric hookup and wasn't sure about the other buttons, now i know i will give it a try out.
     
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