Truma c 3402 hot air supply

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  1. Muffinn

    Muffinn Read Only Funster

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    Can I ask a couple of questions about my motorhome heater fitted to a 2003 CI Cipro Garage?

    1. There is a duct into the garage from a short pipe which really effectively blasts hot air. The one into the lounge area on a longer pipe is very ineffective. Does anyone know if I change the balance? As I do not want to heat the garage ever can I get some sort of blanking plate for this outlet?
    2. Should the cream pipes that duct the air be fixed into the outlet sockets on the boiler as they seem just pushed home?

    Any thoughts?
     
  2. Pammy

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    Hi Muffin

    Can't see the person on line tonight that may have been able to answer your question but click on the link below and contact Truma direct.

    I was looking for 'Raoul'. He's a certificated LPG gas engineer. You could pm him and he will probably pick it up tomorrow unless he comes on line during the evening.



    www.trumauk.com/schematics-and-part-numbers/heating-schematics/trumatic-c-3402-c-

    Pammy
     
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    Hi welcome to the fun site,
    Yes you can play with the outlets as much as you wish, they are just a push fit in most cases, you could if their
    forever popping out, put a couple of self tappers through, I would be tempted to reverse the two pipes IE put the lounge pipe onto what appears to be the hotter outlet first, and the garage on the other, if that doesn't help I would still leave a trickle feed of air to the garage rather than blank of completely, be sure to use a non flammable material to blank of any ducts
    Geo
     
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    Thanks for the welcome and the help!

    Thanks for this. I thought I read somewhere that for some models at least there is a blanking device for an unwanted outlet. I'll check with Truma. I'll also check with them how you can extend pipes too as I will need to do this to swap pipes over.
     
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    my carver heater hot air outlets have a flap inside to control airflow.

    just open or close as needed.
     
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