Webasto Calorifier

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  1. durhamahoy

    durhamahoy Funster

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    Hi,
    I have started to drain down the motorhome water for winter (taps open etc), all was okay until I came to the Webasto calorifier/boiler :Confused:

    Do any funsters know how to 'drain down' the calorifier? If indeedy you have to drain it down.

    Many thanks for any help offered, much appreciated
    Steve
     
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    Calorifier/ boiler?

    Please elaborate. Is it a Dualtop unit?
     
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    OK, we'll assume its a Dualtop, it must be, it has a boiler!

    If you have the control with two knobs on it, turn the left hand knob anticlockwise past the off position. Hold it there for 5 seconds, the display will start to flash and the dump valve opens. Let go of the knob, the drain process automatically stops after 45 minutes.

    All done!:thumb:
     
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    Hi Jonandshell,
    Thank you for the reply, will photograph the boiler next time I am at the van. That should make things a bit clearer.

    Kind regards
    Steve
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