Truma 6 heating

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  1. stevec

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    My Burstner is fitted with a Truma 6 heater/boiler. I've drained it down during this cold weather but want to put a bit of heat in the MH while I do some work inside. Do I have to have water in the boiler for the heater to work? Or are they completely independent? This is on electric hook up.
     
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    If it is the new type combi boiler then you do not need water for heating. Just be careful not to switch to both. I have drained mine and used heating when over in the MH whilst in storage.
     
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    The MH is a 2015 model so assume it's the latest type Truma.
     
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    Even the older Trumatic C 3402 and 6002 do not require the water tank to be filled before using the heating system.

    Cheers,

    Jock. :)
     
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    Thanks everyone. I found reference to this on the Truma website as well, so I can go ahead and get warm.
     
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