Rebellios Truma Heater

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  1. Loujess

    Loujess

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    I'm sure we can't be the only ones with this problem. In readiness for escape, I have been getting to grips with the workings of our new MH (well new to us anyway). I couldn't get the heater to work so guess the battery may be flat. After much struggle, we got the front off and the new battery in but can't now get the front back on. If we can't sort it, we'll have to go to the dealer and probably be charged an arm and a leg. I would be grateful for any suggestions. Polite ones please.
     
  2. Johns_Cross_Motorhomes

    Johns_Cross_Motorhomes Trader - Motorhome & Accessory Sales

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    Hi,

    If you give Glenn or Ian a ring tomorrow 01-580-881288, they will be happy to give you some free advice if no-one else posts.

    Peter
     
  3. Dick Lane Motorhomes

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    Why don't you pop over to us - Kevin, our Service Manager, would sort it for you in a trice? We may have a Bradford phone number but we are in Leeds - just! Give me a call first on 01274 661441 and I'll personally arrange it with pleasure.

    Stephen
     
  4. hilldweller

    hilldweller Funster Life Member

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    Eh up.

    Are you going to be Nice Dealer ( Northern ) Ltd then :Smile:

    Don't know if we can handle two good guys on here. Not natural is it.

    PS Just noticed - Gen Aviation - Nice Dealer ( South ) Ltd is ex pilot - serious ex pilot too.

    PPS: You need to PM Jim to change "funster" to "trader" before he gets stroppy.
     
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    pappajohn Funster Life Member

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    hi steven....a suggestion if i may.

    send Jim (admin) a PM and ask for TRADE MEMBERS status on the forum.

    he doesnt have a problem with trade member but does object to members pushing their wares without consent.

    click >>> HERE <<< to PM him.

    also read >>>HERE<<<

    Oooops!!! just read the end of Brians post :Doh:
     
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  6. Dick Lane Motorhomes

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    Thanks for the advice, Pappajohn - I didn't realise what 'funster' implied - I thought we were ALL 'funsters' ! I've PM'd Jim as you suggested. But I'm still a 'funster' at heart !! :winky:

    Stephen
     
  7. Dick Lane Motorhomes

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    Thanks, Brian - I've PM'd Jim to get it changed. And 'yes' - I AM your 'Nice Dealer (Northern) Ltd' ::bigsmile: Ooops .... I hope I haven't broken the rules again ??? Am I allowed to say that ? Mind you - I've been having a look at 'Nice Dealer (South) Ltd's' posts and if I follow his example I think I should be safe :winky:

    Stephen
     
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    pappajohn Funster Life Member

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    apologies for spelling your name wrong stephen :thumb:

    you wont regret joining the funsters. :winky:
     
  9. hilldweller

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    Not a lot of them about as you may realise if you've been reading the forums. A good many of the dealers seem to be rejects from the back street used car sales community. Or axe murderers let out on parole because of their disruptive influence inside.

    It seems to me that anyone who treats their customers well just can't fail.

    I don't know if you'll get away with what Peter does just yet, he's proved himself to be one of the good guys over a long period. But it can only do you a lot of good if you take the trouble to fit in long term. Anyway, it's all up to Jim who owns this place.
     
  10. Loujess

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    Thanks - I have one or two technical matters to sort so will definitely give a call.

    Loujess
     
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