Truma Combi 4E advise

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  1. Murphy

    Murphy Funster

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    I am sure this has been covered previously, but will ask for your welcomed advice anyway,
    Drained the water out of our camper this morning, both fresh & waste tanks, opened tap on Truma boiler and open all internal taps for winter hibernation,
    Question is now I have drained the water am I okay to put the heating on to warm it up on occasions without damaging the boiler ?
    I have read the quick user guide and on the operating mode dial there is a setting for WITHOUT controlled water temperature setting, would that suffice ?
    Thanks in advance for any advise,
     
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    I have used mine in the past without water in the boiler but not for long I must admit.
     
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    Yes can be operated continuously without water in the boiler.
     
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    Yes you can use it without water ours works well.
     
  5. Murphy

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    Many thanks for the reply's, puts my mind at rest !
     
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    Just make sure you have it on thr correct setting for blown air heating only.
     
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    Doesn't seem to bother it too much, I accidently left my C6 on Hot water only for several days with the tank drained down, no harm done.
     
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