Truma C6002 combi heater

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  1. jhbgaiem

    jhbgaiem Read Only Funster

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    I am having trouble with my combined water/space heater. Does anyone know these heaters?
    All advice, tips and comments welcome!:Wink:
     
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    hi :Smile:what sort off trouble? do you have have the heater code , i know some have recalls on them!! check if so? !!

    RAY
     
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    Heater

    This is a pathetic confession. We had bought the MH on a Friday afternoon and we had to drive it home for the next day. SO we found ourselves in a camping site in the dark, decyphering a German instruction manual.
    The result was that although the hot air worked, a transparent plastic pipe that ran to the heater burst the next morning.
    I have repaired the pipe but I am worried that it might happen again.
     
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    Hi

    If no one comes back with any advice you could always contact Truma direct. I know you are not in the UK at the moment but if you get on their web site there is an enquiry form for you to complete or you could email them.

    Postal Address:
    Truma UK Ltd
    Park Lane
    Dove Valley Park
    South Derbyshire
    DE65 5BG
    England

    Sales Tel: +44 (0) 1283 586050
    Sales Fax: +44 (0) 1283 586051

    Service Tel: +44 (0) 1283 586020
    Service Fax: +44 (0) 1283 586029

    E-mail: sales@trumauk.com
    technical@trumauk.com

    Web: TRUMA UK - Welcome | Caravan | Movers | Heating | Water | Air Conditioning | Accessories |

    Enquiry Form: Please click here >>>

    Opening and Closing Times:
    Mon - Thurs: 8.30am - 12.30pm and 1.30pm - 5.00pm
    Friday: 8.30am - 1.30pm

    I'll have a look at work tomorrow and see if I have the manufacturers instructions for it, although I don't feel hopeful.

    Good luck, hope this helps
    Pammy

    The Enquiry form link don't seem to work but if you get on their web site it does.
     
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    Was the pipe that burst water or hot air
    Geo
     
  6. 2escapees

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    I have the same boiler and they are great. The clear pipe comes from the top of the boiler and from a grey plastic one way valve is that the one? Strange that the water did not heat was the pump on or frozen and was the overflow valve closed?
    The Truma factory in Munich is excellent they fitted a time clock to mine and an electric element so when we are connected to 240v we have hot water all the time. I am sure I have the instructions in English somewhere if you need them?

    :thumb:
     
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    It burst a week too early, had it burst next week we would have been a 'fountain' of knowledge as we have three chaps on a Fuma training update course this week.

    So any one with a problem and needing Fuma spares please give us a call

    Regards

    Peter
     
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    water, but the are air pocketa in the water
     
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