Removing Truma burner.

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  1. Bushtrekker

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    I've just had a nose underneath as the drive is dry for once. Am I right in assuming that the burner assembly can be removed from beneath once the gas pipe is disconnected?
     
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    I think we need a bit more info than that ie. what sort of truma unit model number etc before you can be helped:Eeek:
     
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    It's an SL3002 and if I get underneath I can see the gas pipe coming in an the heat exchanger above the bit which hangs down underneath.
     
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    from memory it can be done but is tricky to manage. better to strip the gas fire down inside and clean all parts as you go including combustion chamber and jet
     
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