Truma Combi 4 Boiler Fault

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  1. Stonemags76

    Stonemags76 Funster

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    we are in France and our boiler is showing a steady red light and a green light, and won't work. We have got the fault code which shows "electronic locked". Other than following what it says and getting new parts, is there a way of re setting or fixing this fault do you think? We are lucky in that we appear to be in a heatwave, so no urgency, but just wanted to check if there is anything we can do ourselves.
    If anyone knows it's you lot!
     
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    when was it last serviced and combustion chamber cleaned?
     
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    New to us recently, but I've no idea if they serviced the boiler. Is the combustion chamber accessible?
     
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    its not a job for DIY

    what you can do is make sure the exhaust outlet isnt blocked and resetting the boiler by removing the fuse for a couple of minutes
     
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    Combi's are not serviceable no service required.
    Try disconnecting the power (pull the fuse in your 12v distribution unit) for a few minutes may force a reset.

    Thebig1, beat me to it.
     
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    Have you removed the plastic travel cover ? on outside of the van , mine won't work/as yours, shows a red and a green light. It can't get enough air to stay ignited !

    My apologies, if you have checked that.


    Sorry Big 1 you beat me to my mutterings.
     
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    Have you got a window above the flue outlet, Is it partly open as there is normally a micro switch fitted to the window so that the truma will not fire and this prevents fumes entering the van.

    John.
     
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