GAS ISolators

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  1. milpol1

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    I have a 2007 AT Cheyenne 840SE....I have connected the gas bottle, checked the connection, switched it on however no gas coming through, now on my last MH there was an isolation switch for each of the appliances in a cupboard near the oven, can I find the isolation switches on the CHeyenne, NO!, anybody got a clue please. Nothing in the user manual.
     
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    Do you have to press the taps down and hold for 30 secs?
     
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    failed truma regulator??
     
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    |DId the 30 second rule.......How would I test to see if the truma regulator is faulty
     
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    Presumably there are gas isolation taps in there somewhere. :Smile:

    Locations used in the vans I've owned (admittedly not Autotrails) have been:

    1. Behind a pull-off panel beneath the fridge/freezer (not immediately obvious that it pulls off).

    2. Hidden behind a flap disguised to look like a drawer-front to the side of the hob.

    Hope this helps! :Smile:
     
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    Don't know about the gas taps but we had a similar problem parked on Marine Parade with Ivy and Sandy (Loujess) last year. Tried everything but no gas until Ivy discovered a green button on the regulator looking thingy (forgive the techno speak) in the gas locker. Apparently a safety device that cuts off the gas in an accident or triggers maybe on a rough ride. Pushed in and hey presto we had gas. Maybe you have a similar thing on yours. :Smile:




     
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  7. milpol1

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    Thanks all, will try and find in those locs. Ta
     

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