No power to Truma (1 Viewer)

Apr 3, 2016
60
34
clevedon uk
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42,277
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Autotrail Cheyenne
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Since Feb 2018
Hi all you funsters,
Do any of you knowledgeable people out there know where I will find the fuses for my Truma Combi control panel?
All been working well up until now, switched it on tonight and got nothing, no LEDs coming on at all. Assume (and hope) its a fuse??
We are in Portugal at the moment in an Autotrail Cheyenne, pouring with rain, no hot water or heating.
Can anyone advise.....please.
 
Sep 26, 2013
4,185
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Market Rasen
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28,295
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Self Build
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Since 2003
Hi all you funsters,
Do any of you knowledgeable people out there know where I will find the fuses for my Truma Combi control panel?
All been working well up until now, switched it on tonight and got nothing, no LEDs coming on at all. Assume (and hope) its a fuse??
We are in Portugal at the moment in an Autotrail Cheyenne, pouring with rain, no hot water or heating.
Can anyone advise.....please.
Look for the 12v fuse box which could be anywhere, however, if it is a fuse there must be a reason why it’s blown.
 
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Springer2
Apr 3, 2016
60
34
clevedon uk
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42,277
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Autotrail Cheyenne
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Since Feb 2018
Thanks Mikeco, have checked the fuses in the top cupboard behind the drivers seat but can’t see anything there, not sure where else to look.
 
Feb 22, 2016
3,654
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Can't help with your fuse location as I don't know Autotrail but you may be able to search your problem here
 

MikeD

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Dec 21, 2011
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There is a 12v fuse in my truma boiler. I am not an expert but i thought it supplied the voltage to the panel

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dave newell

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Oct 31, 2008
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The fuse for the truma will be in the Sargent distribution unit, in modern watertrails this is in the high level cupboard above the driver. The control panel is powered from the combi unit itself.

D.
 
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Springer2
Apr 3, 2016
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Autotrail Cheyenne
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Thanks Dave and everyone but I’ve just tried it again and its come back to life, no idea what the problem was/is but it seems to have sorted itself for now. Thanks again everybody
 
Feb 22, 2016
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Thanks Dave and everyone but I’ve just tried it again and its come back to life, no idea what the problem was/is but it seems to have sorted itself for now. Thanks again everybody
Brilliant! Really glad you got it sorted.
Hopefully not too cold in Portugal anyway.
 
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Springer2
Apr 3, 2016
60
34
clevedon uk
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42,277
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Autotrail Cheyenne
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Since Feb 2018
Thanks Ingwe, sitting here tonight listening to the rain hitting the roof and it’s only 11.5 degrees! Glad we got it sorted :)

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MikeD

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The fuse for the truma will be in the Sargent distribution unit, in modern watertrails this is in the high level cupboard above the driver. The control panel is powered from the combi unit itself.

D.

I thought an expert would be along soon . Top man Dave. :)(y)
 

Gellyneck

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Jun 5, 2014
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More than toes wet now!
Funnily enough we had a similar problem a few weeks back. Turning the heater on at the control panel did nothing.
Putting the main Sargent panel into "Shutdown" for a couple of seconds and then powering up again seemed to reset the problem.(y)
 

Derek farmer

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Oct 6, 2022
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Lunar champ h621
Hi I have a lunar champ h621 only had it week hope some one help its 2005 .
Have no power to the water heater and heating control dial any suggestions please.
 

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