Truma Duo Control

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  1. 504329lt

    504329lt Funster

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    Hi

    Away in France and gas will not stay on. Have pressed green reset button on Truma Duo Control and works for less than a second then trips out. Any ideas?

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    Two initial checks are: are you out of gas and is the leisure battery low?
     
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    Green button is on the crash sensor part of the regulator, I'm thinking could be gummed up with oily residue from the gas, probably means a replacement.
    Hope this isn't the start of another load of faults with Truma regulators.

    Edit:
    Just seen Tonys post, gas level doesn't effect it and it is mechanical.
     
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    Thanks for responses. All fixed, just needed to press green'buttons' on hose from each cylinder.
     
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    I was thinking of the heater switch green light - agree it is mechanical. Tape it in until you can replace the regulator - it's only useful when travelling.
     
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    I was thinking of the heater switch green light - agree it is mechanical.
     
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