Truma Secumotion Regulator

Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by Geordie and the Dragon, May 8, 2012.

  1. Geordie and the Dragon

    Geordie and the Dragon Funster

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    Our recent visit to The Peterborough Show was 'pants' in more ways than one apart from the ( hosepipe ban ha, ha ) weather we had, the gas stopped working hence no heating. On buying the camper from new four years ago we had the Gaslow refillable system installed using the prefitted Truma regulator etc and all seemed to work perfectly until Peterborough. We were lucky enough to have friends help us out with a spare Gaslow regulator on Friday night but that left us wondering whether we were just unlucky or is this commonplace ? :Sad::Sad::Sad:
     
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    haganap Funster Life Member

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    It's commonplace I actually carry a spare. I have had two failures in 7 years, or to put it another way in 7 years I have completed about 2 years worth of nights away.

    So is that commonplace?


    Always carry a spare, you will impress your mates for a start :BigGrin:
     
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    Yup, happened to us in the middle of the coldest January on record (in the Algarve, this year).
    We carry a spare now.
     
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