Truma - Ultraheat manual

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  1. Mike B

    Mike B Funster

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    Hi,

    Does anyone have a manual for the following version of the Truma ultraheat or alternatively can explain the controls?

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    Hi Mike,

    As far as I remember....


    The left one regulates the thermostat and is also a push down to ignite. It may be piezo or may be battery.

    The right one is bottom switch is manual/off/auto for fan speed, with the dial above regulating manual fan speed.

    I think! (y)
     
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  5. Mike B

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    [​IMG] Makes sense, not feeling well?:D:D:D

    [​IMG] Tried here earlier, couldn't see my model. Thanks anyway.

    [​IMG]Tried here earlier, couldn't see my model. Thanks anyway.

    DuxDeluxe has answered it. [​IMG]
     
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  6. Patcherelli

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    Almost the same as mine except mine has an ignitor button on the left.
    The left one is thermostat for gas and right one is fan.
    A is auto
    The sort of moon thing is manual and the middle one is fan off.
    Electric heating works from a round knob on the wall somewhere.

    Not sure if this helps
     

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  7. Mike B

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    Excellent.

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    Don't touch it Mike - leave it to Dawn. You know it makes sense (y)
     
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    What are you trying to say, Brian
     
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